Ascot Green, the latest project by property developer Mirvac, is set to transform the Eagle Farm precinct, anticipated to be a premier recreational and residential destination in Brisbane.

Stage One of Ascot Green boasts two towers, Ascot House and Tulloch House, boasting a selection of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments.  Designed to suit every need and provide smart living spaces, form meets function in these luxury residences. Attention to detail is evident throughout each apartment, with an emphasis placed on maximising livable space as well as storage options.

Both towers will have exclusive-use pool and gym facilities, as well as rooftop terraces offering panoramic vistas of the racecourse and the blue-chip suburb that is Ascot.

Approximately six kilometres north-east of Brisbane city, the suburb is known for its luxury heritage homes and proud racing tradition.

Neighbouring the iconic Racecourse Road, a multitude of high-class restaurants, cafes and shops are in easy reach, leading to the riverfront in Hamilton.

The vision for Ascot Green is to embrace this world-class location and enhance its offering for residents and visitors alike, through the addition of landscaped gardens and lifestyle amenities such as parks, walking and bike tracks.

Ensuring a seamless connection to the masonry and palette of existing heritage buildings, Ascot Green has incorporated a brick base and lush garden screen, making it a signature background icon in future televised race coverages.

Beautifully landscaped edges and gateways to Ascot Green will be clearly defined, creating a distinct presence in the Brisbane Racing Precinct.

In mid-October, Mirvac announced a sustainability initiative in partnership with clean energy provider Evergen, to bring an innovative solar offer to future residents of Ascot Green.

The $950 million joint development will see solar panels installed on the rooftop recreation deck, connecting directly to apartments and allowing residents to reduce electricity bills by up to 70 per cent.

Manager of Residential in Queensland, Warwick Bible said Mirvac is focused on providing all its residents, either in an apartment or in a house, with the best energy saving options available.

“At Mirvac, we’re always looking to push the boundaries and drive lasting environmental change. We want to determine the appetite for sustainability in the apartment market and what key drivers influence buyers to purchase sustainable options, so Ascot Green posed the perfect opportunity for us to do that.”

Ascot House is currently under construction with completion scheduled for mid-next year.

Apartments at Ascot House are now selling priced from $495,000 to $2.03 million and range in size from 88sqm to 349sqm gross.

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