In Latin, Luna means ‘the moon’. Luna is also the ancient Roman goddess representing the moon. She is even described as the two-horned (crescent moon) queen of the stars. Luna and Sol (sun god) represented the domination of Rome in the known world.
Luna is also a new development of 80 apartments and townhouses in Coombs.
“Luna is a combination of craftsmanship, luxury, amenity, and features, inspired by designs from ‘Milin Builders and Developers’,” said Nathan Page from Independent Property Group, the selling agents for Luna.
“This is the ideal development for investors, first home buyers or people that are looking for an upgrade.”
The key reason Luna has been so successful is the team that put this development together. The team includes award winning architect Kasparak Architects, interiors by Department of Design, landscape architecture by Spacelab– and built and developed by Milin Builders and Developers.
“In addition to the wonderful build environment at Luna, it’s location and access to walking tracks and parks are also a great selling point,” Nathan said.
Luna is only 12km from Canberra’s CBD, adjacent to architecturally designed parkland and well positioned to take advantage of future employment centres and retail hubs.
“The apartments and townhouses also have plenty of natural light, space, privacy and style,” Nathan listed.
Some of the inclusions for apartments and townhouses include AEG appliances (oven, cooktop and dishwasher), Split system air-conditioning and all floor coverings included.
Importantly, Luna’s apartments and townhouses have a minimum Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) of 5.
“Whether it’s strolling along the picturesque walking paths or tearing it up on the world-class Mountain bike trails at Stromlo Forrest Park, the lifestyle you’ve always wanted is at your doorstep at Luna – but hurry because there are only four properties left!” Nathan said.
Do yourself a favour and visit the Luna display suite located on John Gorton Drive in Coombs and find out for yourself.
Luna’s construction is due to be completed by July/August this year.
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