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Koko – 10 Pidgeon Cl, West End

By Kimberly Hart

Offering a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom riverside apartments, with a total of 110 apartments on offer, Stockland Development Ltd present Koko. Dream team Stockland builders with Bligh Voller Nield architects joined forces to deliver this resort style complex, which was completed in 2007.

Comprising of 3 residential towers, stepping in height from 4 to 7 levels tall, Koko is centered around an manicured tropical gardens. The apartments in each of the three individual buildings have a different aspect overlooking the local area, the river or towards the City. All apartments are finished with neutral decor and quality fixtures and fittings with ducted air conditioning.

Koko offers an on-site manager to oversee the complex’s care taking and has full security systems with key and electronic tag entry. Basement parking with lift access takes residents to the ground and allocated floor level only and apartments have intercom access for visitors, giving residents peace of mind in all aspects of security. 

Boasting a solar heated 20 metre lap pool for resident use, outdoor BBQ facilities and deck and a fully equipped gym, Koko is a lifestyle that offers convenience and exclusivity.

Situated on the banks of the Brisbane River, Koko has direct river access and is close to walking and cycle tracks, West End cafes and restaurants, numerous public transport options and is enviably located at the end of a no through road, making this a private and quiet choice for residents.

2020 – Three Bedroom
Apartment 106 –  3 bed 2 bath 2 car – 178m2 Sold: $1,500,025

2020 – Two Bedroom
Apartment 310 –  2 bed 2 bath 1 car – 133m2 Sold: $680,000
Apartment 305 –  2 bed 2 bath 1 car – 142m2 Sold: $678,000
Apartment 322 –  2 bed 2 bath 1 car – 113m2 Sold: $615,000
Apartment 313 –  2 bed 2 bath 1 car – 103m2 Sold: $610,000

2020 – One Bedroom
Apartment 313 –  1 bed 1 bath 1 car – 65m2 Sold: $350,000

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