Bardon residents to enjoy new conservation zone
LEADING developer Pradella Property Ventures has gifted three acres of bushland in Bardon to Brisbane City Council for a conservation zone. The conservation area runs alongside Ithaca Creek and is popular with Bardon residents for bushwalking and bird watching. The site is located on Simpsons Road, adjacent to Pradella Property Ventures’ exciting new apartment and townhouse development Canopy Bardon. Pradella Property Ventures Managing Director David Pradella said the conservation zone was handed over after the completion of a $250,000 remediation program. “We’ve planted the conservation zone with native trees and shrubbery to ensure the community can enjoy it for generations to come,” he said. “It’s a beautiful property that offers a peaceful and tranquil retreat.” Mr Pradella said the remediation of the conservation zone reflected Pradella Property Ventures’ commitment to sustainable living. “Canopy Bardon is designed to work in harmony with its natural surrounds,” he said. “We’ve retained many of the existing feature trees on the property and will be planting hundreds of new trees throughout the site. “It’s a distinctive point of difference to our competitors and one of the reasons that Canopy Bardon has been embraced by local property buyers in Brisbane.” Upon completion, Canopy Bardon will include one, two and three bedroom apartments across three individual low-rise stage releases. Stage 3 is now selling, with limited apartments left in Stages 1 and 2. The complex will feature outdoor BBQ pavilions, bicycle storage, outdoor living and dining garden rooms, an exercise circuit with exercise stations. One-bedroom apartments are priced from $399,000; two-bedroom apartments featuring two bathrooms, carpark and study are priced from $549,000 and three-bedroom apartments are priced from $689,000. Canopy Bardon’s sales office is located at 390 Simpsons Road, Bardon. Opening hours are 10am-4pm Wednesday and Sunday. For more information visit www.canopybardon.com.au or call 1300 794 177.