Golfer’s paradise offers multi-generational living for the family
One of only three luxury residential developments to offer absolute golf course frontage so close to the city, The Emerson Edition provides a rare opportunity for prestigious multi-generational living.
The development has been designed to meet the needs of young couples and families through to active retirees.
Azure Development Group director Trent Keirnan said the designs accommodated multi-generational living by having well separated bedrooms and multiple living areas.
“A younger couple with no children have purchased one of the large courtyard four-bedroom terraces interfacing with the golf course and their elderly parents are coming to live with them for approximately six months of the year,” Mr Keirnan said.
“The parents’ bedroom sits towards the front of the terrace and has appropriate separation from the other bedrooms and master bedroom of the property.”
The first stage of the Cannon Hill development was sold off the plan before the start of construction. Mr Keirnan said the purchasers were a mix of local empty nesters and young families seeking low maintenance, architecturally designed living.
He expects a similar demographic to purchase the remaining homes in the $22 million boutique residential community.
Ranging from 276sq m to an expansive 527sq m, many of the oversized properties boast absolute frontage to the highly anticipated 18-hole champion golf course set in Minnippi Parklands’ 90ha estate.