Introducing Tulloch House

 

With 95% of apartments sold in the first building delivered at the prestigious Ascot Green development, Ascot House, the second building has now been launched. 

Situated in the heart of the quiet Eagle Farm precinct, Tulloch House will be surrounded by iconic heritage-listed buildings and expansive open space. The 84 spacious one, two and three-bedroom apartments, including a selection of unique three-bedroom pavilions, will have access to a gym, swimming pool and 700sqm rooftop deck. 

The Ascot Green development is a joint venture with the Brisbane Racing Club and forms part of the $1.2bn Eagle Farm Masterplan. The residential project will take shape alongside the iconic Eagle Farm Racecourse, with a childcare centre, future aquatics centre and recently opened Racecourse Village retail precinct continuing to add a wealth of amenity on the doorstop of Ascot Green.  

Mirvac’s General Manager of Residential in Queensland, Warwick Bible, said the close-knit community offered the perfect location for residents seeking neighbourhood connection with easy access to the CBD.

“While many of our initial buyers were traditional downsizers, Ascot Green’s unique blend of community and convenience has also captured the attention of young professionals and families,” he said. 

“Families enjoy having the green space for their children to play in while young professionals appreciate being in close proximity to the city for work.

“Both groups are attracted to the sense of space both inside and out of the apartments – something that certainly sets Ascot Green above its competition.”

Local buyers are also drawn to the premium trackside location with many apartments boasting views of the racecourse. Designed to take full advantage of its premier position with extensive glazing and generous balconies, Tulloch House has been architecturally designed to complement the development’s historical surroundings and respect the existing heritage. 

Mr Bible said further appeal for Tulloch House buyers was the ability to customise floorplans to suit their individual needs. 

“Our customers still have a limited opportunity to customize their Tulloch House apartments. 

We’ve worked with several families to amalgamate apartments, tailoring the interior floorplan to accommodate their requirements and create a home that’s uniquely their own,” he said. 

“Many customers appreciate having that personal touch in the creation and final design of their new home.”

Tulloch House residents will enjoy unrivalled access to a popular north Brisbane location and benefit from numerous lifestyle amenities including the restaurant-lined Racecourse Road and the new Racecourse Village retail precinct 700-odd meters away.

The new $40 million Racecourse Village Shopping Centre began trading late last year and features approximately 18 specialty retail outlets including a pharmacy, gym and restaurants with al fresco dining areas alongside the 3,770sqm Woolworths supermarket.