Fronted by the Brisbane River, Ascot has long been regarded as Brisbane’s premiere suburb and is home to Racecourse Road dining and entertainment precinct, Eagle Farm and Doomben Race Courses, heritage houses and quiet, tree-lined streets. Ascot is surrounded by emerging community hubs such as Albion Village, Hamilton Harbour and Gasworks at Newstead, linking this established suburb to Brisbane’s newest and most vibrant lifestyle precincts.
Only six kilometres from the CBD, Nido Apartments is set in the quiet and leafy Lapraik Street. Sitting atop a former quarry abutting of Bartley’s Hill, the site provides peace and privacy only a short stroll from Sandgate and Crosby Roads. The boutique-nature of the building design also ensures quiet enjoyment for residents in each of the 12 apartments and the communal areas.
Nido Apartments is within the catchment for Ascot State School and is one street away/located on the same street as from St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School.