Nestled in one of the last remaining riverfront addresses in the coveted and tightly held Kangaroo Point peninsula is Sorano House – Brisbane’s newest luxury address, offering just seven full-floor residences with never-to-be built-out views of the city, Brisbane River, and iconic Story Bridge.
At a time when developments are struggling to turn a sod, the team behind Sorano House confidently moved ahead from design to construction this September without hesitation, prior to going to market.
“Starting construction has given great confidence to our buyers and has encouraged purchase decisions due to the certainty around delivery,” said YPM Project Sales Director Phillip Rand.
“It is also a testament to the confidence from Trezetto that what they’ve designed services an appetite for buyers seeking the best of the best, and this has proven to be correct based on the uptake in the building since going to market.
“The luxury market in Brisbane has seen some incredible growth in the last few years, and Sorano House represents Brisbane’s coming of age, bringing design once reserved for the ultra-luxury Sydney market to the most iconic Brisbane location.”
Due to its unique riverfront position and opulent design, Sorano House presents just seven residences. Each boasts four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms across 350 sqm, with 35 metres of frontage that captures uninterrupted 180-degree views of the city skyline, Story Bridge, and river below. With direct lift access, residents will have ultimate privacy.
“The location at 8-12 Hamilton Street acts as the perfect canvas for Brisbane’s most opulent and highly anticipated development,” said Sam Sgroi, Managing Director of Trezetto Developments.
“We know that construction is a huge confidence booster for purchasers looking at residences of this calibre and value.”
“We see this as a once-in-a-generation opportunity that few are able to secure,” Phillip added.
“We are confident buyers who understand such a rare property offering will be extremely excited about Sorano House.”
“The design quality of Sorano House is of the best I’ve seen, alike to what you’d find in some of Sydney’s most luxurious developments,” Phillip continued.
“From the suite of best-in-class appliances to the 5.5-metre marble island bench to the travertine-clad lift lobby, every detail is an embodiment of luxury.”
No stone is left unturned here, where each residence showcases premium WOLF, Sub Zero, and V-Zug appliances throughout. Custom fireplaces in the living area and marble-clad master suite, complete with bespoke his and hers dressing rooms, foster luxurious comfort. While a private, lockable 10 to 20 sqm walk-in store room to each residence ensures utmost convenience.
Despite being an exclusive building of just seven, Sorano House features amenities to the size and quality of those found in much larger developments. This collection includes a bespoke gym, Himalayan salt sauna, pool, and private dining room complete with private wine cellar.
For those seeking more, the city lies just across the river, soon to be even closer to Sorano House via the Kangaroo Point Green Bridge – linking Alice and Edward Street with Hamilton and Scott Street with a mere 5-minute walk.
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this luxury riverfront address is a rare combination of connectivity and privacy. Now under construction and offering just seven residences, there is no better time to secure your place here.
The project is on schedule for completion in Q1 2025. The one-per-floor residences are now selling from $7,750,000.
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