A boutique collection of just 24 residences, positioned in the heart of Sherwood, 9SW’s two and three bedroom designer apartments are an idyllic hideaway on the city’s doorstep.
The versatile apartments at 9SW are well designed with spacious free-flowing layouts that maximise views across the leafy suburban setting. Modern details lend a refined quality to every space, while natural light floods in through sliding glass doors and broad windows. This unparalleled sense of openness extends to the outdoor terrace where you can bask in the afternoon sun and take in the peaceful views.
Contemporary interiors are elegantly equipped with high quality materials and finishes. The sleek, chef inspired kitchen will excite all culinary enthusiasts while timber floors, stone benchtops and dark timber colour schemes add a touch of drama to the space.
Brand new apartments starting from $435 per week!
Urban and contemporary, 9SW presents an irresistible blend of luxury and modern design. The building’s eye-catching modular façade and welcoming landscapes create an inviting sense of ‘home’ from your first encounter.
At 9SW you’re just 15 minutes from central Brisbane but a world away from the noise and traffic of the city. You’re in the heart of a vibrant lifestyle community where you can step outside and enjoy urban conveniences whilst still savouring the tranquillity of suburban living.
Populating the neighbourhood are boutique cafes, acclaimed restaurants, and expansive parklands, and you won’t have to travel far to explore all of Brisbane’s popular destinations, like nearby retail precinct Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.
Accessibility at 9SW is second to none, with Sherwood and Corinda Train Stations both just a short walk away. Local roads connect with the city’s key arterial routes, and bus stops headed in and outbound are 200 metres from your doorstep.
Perfectly positioned, at 9SW you gain access to convenience shopping at Sherwood Central with Woolworths and specialty stores, as well as first class education at Sherwood State School, St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School, and just a few kilometres away at The University of Queensland.