Incredible and luxurious houses designed by Nigel Fitton (the architect behind the Museum of Old & New Art and the Melbourne Eureka Tower). An exclusive residential estate comprised of nine exceptionally finished houses, tucked away amongst the leafy natural bushland of The Gap just eight kilometres from Brisbane. Close to amenity and complete with outstanding finishes and fixtures, these homes are guaranteed to provide a relaxed, pleasurable lifestyle.
Days at Nature’s Edge just flow. From the moment you awake to your peaceful surroundings, everything you need is at your fingertips.
One of Brisbane’s most idyllic days out, the Walkabout Creek Café, located just a short walk from Nature’s Edge, at the base of Mt Nebo. Take your pick from bushwalking, kayaking on the reservoir, bike riding, or just sitting back at the café while enjoying the sounds of the surrounding national park.
Delight in your private oasis all year round. Enoggera Reservoir provides a range of activities just a few minutes’ walk from your front door, including picnicking, mountain bike riding, walking, bird watching, fishing, and swimming. Create your own adventures as you enjoy your natural playground.
Discover the spectacular views from the Camp Mountain Outlook or Jolly’s Lookout, where you can gaze as far as Moreton Bay and feel like you’re in another world – while only being a 20 minute drive away. Venture to the tiny village of Mount Glorious for a cool escape, cosy teashops, and the spectacular Maiala forest walks. Bring a picnic or take advantage of one of the BBQ areas, or even visit one of the local wineries.
Queensland’s premier subtropical botanic gardens are just a 15-minute drive from Nature’s Edge. The Gardens are a stunning, sprawling paradise, with winding paths, multiple open grassy areas, and a large café to grab a bite and a coffee.
While you’re there, you can also visit the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium.
Nigel Fitton has over 35 years’ experience in the design of some of the world’s largest and most compelling developments.
His goal throughout his work with Adpen is to deliver purposeful, innovative environments that offer superb quality and exceptional modern living.
Nigel creates prestigious, iconic, and memorable landmarks. His portfolio includes the complete redesign of the historic Charing Cross Station and the composition of the Eureka Tower in Melbourne, one of Australia’s tallest residential towers.
His exceptional experience in modern architecture is evident in his eclectic gothic design of Building 8 at RMIT and the One Bahrain Tower, the first building in Bahrain to feature a sustainable design.
Nigel is currently involved in the interior redevelopment of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart, an exciting project that involves an explosive combination of colour and geometric design.
Only eight kilometres from the city, The Gap is a popular residential address for older couples and families attracted to its character-filled wooden homes and leafy streets.
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This is at the core of who we are – delivering exceptional projects that set an unprecedented high standard for all aspects of research, design, and development, and that demonstrate the values that we bring to all our work.