Inside Ferns On The Brook, The New Neighbourhood In Nundah

Did you know that a new neighbourhood is coming to Nundah? Ferns on the Brook, a community of luxury two- and three-storey townhouses will soon rise in a prime location adjacent to Kedron Brook.

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Located at 77 Walkers Way, Nundah, the townhouse development is ideally positioned close to shops, cafes, restaurants, parks, and medical centres. With frontages to Bishop Park and Kedron Brook waterways and parklands, it will be easy for residents to maintain their fitness in this exercise-friendly neighbourhood. 

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Designed by Ellivo Architects, Ferns on the Brook features a sophisticated design for luxurious living, offering natural light and inviting hues throughout the spaces. It comes with sophisticated calming natural palette including timber and stone materials plus top-of-the-range appliances.

Photo credit: Ferns on the Brook/Facebook
Photo credit: Ferns on the Brook/Facebook

“The variety of the floor plans offered across these 30 terrace homes provide flexibility for whatever life stage you are in. Starting out, blended families, or downsizing but need additional rooms, Ferns on the Brook will provide exceptional choices for all owner-occupiers,” the Dennis Family, the developers of the complex stated.

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“At 220sqm, it is suitable for a large growing family, and all rooms are generously sized and tastefully appointed. With a balcony at front and rear there is an excellent flow of air and an abundance of natural light flooding the living area; architecturally designed to fully maximise comfort,” the developers added.

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The units at Ferns on the Brook, which come with a price range of $680,000 to $799,000 have already been sold out. Construction is expected to start in mid-2021.

Ferns on the Brook adds to the Dennis Family’s growing portfolio of developments in Queensland, which includes Archer’s Way in the Moreton Bay Region, Summerlin in Banyo, and Tide Residences in Sunshine Coast.