Bexley offers contemporary and spacious designs, with high ceilings and generous open-plan living spaces that seamlessly flow out to generous sun-drenched balconies.According to Rothelowman senior associate Simon Maurice said the development would redefine modern terrace homes.“Historically when people think of terrace homes, they think of older, workers cottages in the inner city suburbs of Sydney and Melbourne that have become popular,” Mr Maurice said. An artist’s impression of the kitchen space at Cedar Woods’ latest development Bexley.Cedar Woods senior development manager Peter Starr said the new project, Bexley, would redefine the modern terrace and meet the growing demand for a “walkable urban lifestyle”.“Once you get out of the CBD itself, there are few locations like Bexley at Wooloowin that can provide so many amenities within walking distance,” Mr Starr said. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Cedar Woods’ latest development Bexley at Wooloowin.Designed by award-winning architects Rothelowman, Cedar Wood’s newest development will take advantage of city views and leafy outlooks in the heart of Wooloowin. An artist’s impression of the open plan living zone and kitchen.“Often because they are in trendy suburbs and have now been renovated to be modern and more liveable. “Bexley offers contemporary and spacious designs, with high ceilings and generous open-plan living spaces that seamlessly flow out to generous sun-drenched balconies. “These spaces have been designed to celebrate the subtropical climate and outdoor living lifestyle we associate with Brisbane.“Rothelowman and Cedar Woods both pride themselves on combining form and function in ways that are practical and purposeful for location and climate. “The masterplan has been carefully designed to respond to the site’s natural terrain, views and surrounding local architectural vernacular. “Located at the southern end of the masterplan, Bexley Stage 1 benefits from an elevated position above the street. “Living spaces are raised, capturing city views and providing an engaging street scape and modern architectural response.” Designed by award-winning architects Rothelowman, Cedar Wood’s newest development will take advantage of city views.“Wooloowin train station is just 400m from Bexley and there is a range of boutique retail, cafes and restaurants all within walking distance, as are retail and leisure hubs in both Wooloowin, Albion and Lutwyche — all within walking distance. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoAn artist’s impression of the bathroom space.“The surrounding terrain also encourages walking or cycling for all ages and abilities and the site is a short distance from Kedron Brook providing expansive recreation space in addition to the 4,000sq m park to be provided within Bexley.” Mr Maurice said the community would come with electric vehicle charging stations, with the first being provided in the first stage. Mr Starr said civil construction would start early 2019, with terrace home construction starting mid-to-late 2019.“Bexley is expected to be a four to five year project,” he said.