Nido Apartments.Each two and three-bedroom apartment is set over two levels with all balconies designed to capture panoramic views to the south. High quality finishes and fixtures are in each spacious apartment, with timber flooring in the living and dining spaces. Kitchens feature European appliances, stone benchtops and an integrated rangehood, while all bathrooms and powder rooms are tiled floor-to-ceiling. There is secure access to all apartments. Just a couple of units at Nido Apartments remain on the market.Just two of the 12 residences within Nido Apartments remain on the market, with buyers expected to move in this week.They include a pilot, a lawyer, restaurant owners, and a radio announcer. The project is also proving popular with retirees.Wes Press from Place Projects said Nido Apartments, which sits on top of Bartley’s Hill in Ascot, had attracted a range of buyers.“We have semi-retired couples who are planning ahead, a couple whose kids had moved out and they wanted to downsize and another family with young kids who wanted to be in the school catchment zone,” Mr Press said. “It was designed with the owner-occupier and downsizers in mind but has resonated with a range of buyers.”More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNido Apartments, AscotJust one two-bedroom apartment and one three-bedroom apartment remain on the market, starting from $765,000.Mr Press said those who had bought apartments had spent in the “mid-to-high $900,000s” and thousands of extra dollars perfecting upgrades to suit their lifestyles.“Most are professionals and business owners but there are probably 35 per cent who are retired and a few who are semi-retired and planning for their future,” he said. “Not everyone wants to live in a retirement village or lifestyle resort. They want to live somewhere beautiful that they can lock and leave. Quite a few buyers travel extensively.” Nido Apartments is just 50m to St Margaret’s Anglican Girls’ School, and is within the Ascot State School catchment.