Virtuoso Releases Four-Bedroom Riverfront Apartments


Luxury Virtuoso apartments on Ferry Road, West End has announced a new release of four-bedroom designer apartments, where the seven level tower offers residences starting from $1.31 million to $2.2 million, according to

The development by Stockwell offers three, four and five bedroom apartments - each with two to three car spaces for each apartment - at the former site of Queensland Symphony Orchestra with riverfront views from every apartment. 

Provisions for personalised apartment schemes will only be available until end of July. Following a very popular response from local and interstate buyers, developer Stockwell has announced a new release of four bedroom apartments.

“One of the most desirable elements of Virtuoso is the apartment size,” said General Manager of Development for Stockwell, Katherine Visini.

“Most apartments in West End are one or two bedroom, with the occasional three bedroom. “So to see an offer that begins at three bedrooms and offers up to five, it was certain to excite the market, especially among owner occupiers looking for a larger, riverfront opportunity,” he said.

Interiors have been designed to enhance flow throughout. Apartments are centred around a large gourmet kitchen that opens towards the living area and balcony, all capturing impressive river views. Buyers before the end of July have the opportunity to bespoke their kitchen and interiors with one of four high-quality schemes, allowing them to make their apartment truly their own.

Virtuoso sits on Ferry Road, West End at the former site of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Its coveted position allows for 96 metres of riverfront views. Close proximity to West End Rowing Club makes the Virtuoso river portion a popular spot for morning rowers, adding to the scenic river bend backdrop. A total of six lifts will service the building on the 6381 square metre site, meaning residents will share an entry lobby with a maximum of one neighbour.

This enhances the boutique development’s sense of exclusivity and is a reassuring element of security, an attractive part of the lock it and leave lifestyle afforded by apartment living. One of Virtuoso’s buyers was very excited when she saw the full offering from Virtuoso.

“I’d been looking around for a while, but nothing compares to what Virtuoso has to offer,” said Debbie Scott.

“The apartment interiors are absolutely exquisite and they’re complemented further by the great range of lifestyle and convenience that’s nearby.

“I had been living in a large house in the western suburbs and then into an apartment in Auchenflower but moved across to Riverpoint, just next door, to rent while Virtuoso is being built."Residents will also be able to enjoy Virtuoso’s  communal facilities, which include extensive herb garden, gym, swimming pool, and a green lawn.

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