Parque on Oxford by Velocity Property GroupVelocity Property Group managing director Brendon Ansell said the three bedroom townhomes would feature large terraces, luxurious master bedroom suites, contemporary chef’s kitchens, media rooms and large, open plan living, dining and kitchen layouts. Parque on Oxford by Velocity Property GroupEleven luxury townhomes in one of Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs will be launched to the market today.Parque on Oxford at Taringa is being developed by Velocity Property Group, with townhomes starting from $995,000. Each townhome will also include a basement wine cellar.“We have been creating luxury apartments and town homes for empty nesters and downsizers for many years and the consistent number one desire for town home living is abundant storage,” Mr Ansell said.“The Parque on Oxford town home floor plans reflect years of feedback from clients who want to use their space for the things they love – and a wine cellar is increasingly popular with many people. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago“The flexibility of the design means that the space can alternatively be a large storage room for professionals or a young family.” The townhomes will feature updated fretwork and breezeblocks and will start from 200sq m.They will come in two or three storeys with the option for an internal lift.Each residence will also have a two-car private garage with visitor parking on site, and solar power systems/storage units to reduce energy costs.They are expected to be particularly popular with downsizers looking for a home without the maintenance. Buyers will also have access to the developer’s move-in concierge and ongoing maintenance service.The launch of Parque on Oxford marks stage two of Velocity’s ongoing development of the Taringa site. Last year, the developer launched 41, 43 and 45 Ellerslie Crescent – three luxury, north-facing homes featuring superb views.. Stage two will see the townhomes designed in collaboration by the buyer and builder, with purchasers able to customise their home using a choice of colour palettes for finishes and fixtures.The location is also expected to be a key drawcard for buyers, with the development close to Toowong’s river walks, the University of Queensland at St Lucia, a range of public transport options, Perrin Park, and retail, cafe and dining options at Taringa, Toowong, Indooroopilly and Milton. Taringa is also just 5km from the Brisbane CBD, and is considered a high demand market. The median house sales price is $920,000, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.
More than 20 teams are taking part in the tournament in the Under 21 and senior divisions.These include visiting teams from as far as Hula, Mekeo, Porebada, Boera and Lealea from Central and teams from National Capital District such as Moukele, Kauka and Hillside Gerehu, Hanuabada and Vabukori.The tournament began today with the U21 competition while the senior competition will begin next week.Tournament director Dabu Anton welcomed the teams into Tatana and encouraged all teams to carefully observe all rules and regulations of the tournament and enjoy the games.Anton urged all players and officials of teams to respect the referees and match officials during the games.“Let us all enjoy the game we love in the true spirit of sportsmanship and allow us to make friends with players from other villages or communities,” he said.There’s a cash prize of about K25,000 to be shared among the winners.The tournament was officially launched by Moresby Northwest member and Health Minister Michael Malabag.Official sponsors Nick and Bonnie Allan donated K10,000 to run this year’s competition.