Amersham; a new housing development has opened in West End offering thoughtfully crafted, timeless, boutique residential living. With demand for the inner-city postcode rising, Brisbane development company Di Marco Group in collaboration with TG Development brings durability and liveability to the forefront in their newest development.

Di Marco Group Managing Director Adam Di Marco said the group is delighted to be delivering this project which draws on their experience in developing highly sought-after residential living. “We’re excited to bring this unique approach to living to market. We are focused on delivering large, quality residences for owner-occupiers that are defined by timeless design,” said Mr. Di Marco.

Designed by award-winning local architects, Arkhefield and inspired by Brisbane’s sub-tropical environment, Amersham has been crafted with an open spine to facilitate natural, cross-flow ventilation that allows natural light to permeate every corner of the building. Focussing on simplicity and comfort, the venture offers ‘back-to-basics’ living arrangements. “Our approach to this development is one of less is more,” Mr Di Marco said, “Amersham has been designed to embrace five key principles; light, volume, air, quality and nature. They have informed every aspect of its creation.”

An exclusive residence, housing only 24 apartment homes Amersham offers generous floorplans to maximise functionality for residents. Additional living space can be found on the buildings rooftop garden providing a beautifully-landscaped haven for its residents.

Amersham’s location takes advantage of everything the postcode has to offer with dining, supermarkets and entertainment within minutes from the sought after address. “Residents will never be short on choice, with most dining options just moments away on Boundary Street. However, those looking a little wider will find even more options located in the eclectic Fish Lane, South Brisbane and of course, just across the river, in the CBD.”

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