Alderley Rise is Carbone’s latest project offering two and three-bedroom luxury residences from $485,000.One of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs, dominated by traditional Queenslanders and tall eucalyptus trees, is about to welcome a newcomer.Local developer Carbone Developments is bringing 32 luxury apartments to Alderley, one of Brisbane’s oldest and hardest-to-buy-into suburbs. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Alderley Rise is Carbone’s latest project.Alderley Rise will sit on Wakefield St offering two and three-bedroom apartments starting from $485,000.Carbone Developments director Tony Carbone said the project was a good opportunity for owner-occupiers to access the tightly held Alderley market. “Alderley is a difficult area to buy into. In addition to there being limited opportunities, the median house price is $720,000,” he said.“Our 32 well-priced Alderley Rise residences will offer a strong alternative to current available properties. “The apartments are spacious, with two-bedroom layouts ranging from 100sqm to 130sqm.”The large apartments will feature quality interior-designed layouts and finishes, as well as green Alderley views – only 7km from the CBD.Ray White’s projects and investment sales director Elisa McMahon said Alderley Rise had been designed with owner-occupiers in mind. Ms McMahon said the key ingredient for development success was maintaining long-term focus.Alderley Rise is due to be released soon. The three-storey development will feature a lift, secure undercover parking and a communal rooftop barbecue area.