Construction is due to begin on luxury development Aqualuna, located in the heart of Milsons Point, giving potential buyers the last opportunity to purchase prior to construction commencing.

Colliers International are marketing the development, which has sales totally over $100 million, with over 85% of apartments already sold.

Aqualuna is located in the heart of Milsons Point village with the iconic Sydney Harbour as its backdrop and the pristine Bradfield Park acting as the front yard.

Selda Macdonald, Director of Residential at Colliers International says it’s the unique attributes of the location of this devleopment which truly sets it apart form the rest.

“Aqualuna is situated in its very own wonderland – one of Sydney’s best kept secrets with so much history in an amenity-rich neighbourhood. Yet its only a short stroll over the bridge into the Sydney CBD, making Milsons Point one of the most enviable suburbs in Sydney.”

“You have the wonders of Luna Park just a stone’s throw away, with North Sydney Olympic Pool close by along with parks, cafes and fine dining options, as well as the ferry to take you across to the Opera House within minutes.”

“Aqualuna is set in a quiet and tranquil village atmosphere yet its literally a short stroll into the heart of the CBD right on the harbour foreshore with Milsons Point train station right across the road. This makes Milsons Point one of Sydney’s most enviable and liveable suburbs.”

The apartments have been designed by renowned architect Koichi Tokada, and will set a new benchmark in luxury living, particularly the sale of the Aqualuna Penthouse, which will have spectacular views to Sydney Harbour and Lavendar Bay.

Colliers International sales executive Gaby Rogers sold the penthouse at a record breaking price, to downsizers who are looking forward to the lifestyle and convenience of this ideal location.

High end appliances, finishes and the attention to detail with the interiors complete with the curvaceous external design which flows through to the interiors, inspired by the waves in Sydney’s harbour.

Construction on Aqualuna will begin in August. A limited selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments and the Aqualuna collection remain for sale.