Muse, Thalia, Brisbane
A uniquely inspiring location
Stockwell has designed a development that offers residents a vibrant lifestyle in a sought after location. Muse comprises 132 larger than average one and two bedroom apartments set amidst urban landscaping with a communal herb garden. Muse’s two buildings, Clio and Thalia, have an architectural presence that sits naturally in its surrounding landscape, and an articulated form that is all about modernity, convenience and style. Just a short stroll up the road are some of West End’s best coffee havens and eateries and a range of other cultural, retail and recreational riches. Best of all, this vibrant community is only 3km from the Brisbane CBD, and within walking or cycling distance of South Bank’s cultural hub and parklands. Such an abundance of amenities makes Muse a dream address for anyone who desires a work-life balance and a rich tapestry of leisure choices.
Inspired living – any way you look at it
Ageless and clean architectural design ensures each contemporary apartment boasts wonderful natural light with beautiful open-plan living space and private balconies / courtyards. Typical one bedroom apartments will be 51-53sqm in size with a 10-14sqm balcony and the two bedroom apartments will be 76sqm or 80sqm in size with a 14sqm or 15sqm balcony.
A place to relax or entertain
Muse offers space for convenience and spontaneity, with hole-in-the-wall coffee bars and retailers offering the ideal space to grab a coffee and have a chat with friends. The developer Stockwell has demanding specifications when it comes to lighting, appliances and finishes – considering comfort, practicality, style and durability as essential qualities for every inclusion. The kitchens in Muse include quality appliances and ample bench space to prepare a dinner for friends and family to enjoy. Muse has a secure lock-up for resident’s bicycles and secure undercover car parking allocated to each apartment.
City fringe living at its best
Wherever you’re inspired to go – you can get there from Muse, quickly, easily and enjoyably. Whether it’s walking down to the West End markets, or discovering a new favourite coffee haunt just down the road, cycling to South Bank’s restaurants, beach and parklands, or sitting back in a CityCat Ferry enjoying the breeze on the way to work, it is all virtually on your doorstep. West End’s public transport is so well-established; accessing each and every other part of the city is effortless with the CityCat Ferry or City Glider Bus. There are also walking paths and cycle ways that take you straight to the many cultural attractions including Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Queensland Performing Arts Centre and South Bank Cinema. Montague Road is home to eateries and coffee shops including The Stores, Veneziano and Plenty.