THE release of Sunset Residences, a collection of luxury full-floor beachfront residences at 21 Broadbeach Blvd will put another Broadbeach address on the map.
The corner site offers a 270-360 degree view from Surfers Paradise to Coolangatta and the Hinterland.
Developers Glenvill Developments and QNY Group are offering 10 full-floor residences, a double-storey beach house with a plunge pool and a tri-level penthouse with a private rooftop terrace.
21 Broadbeach Blvd.
The 16-level building is designed by architects Contrearas Earl Architecture.
Each single-level residence has three bedrooms, three bathrooms plus a study, with all living spaces and bedrooms featuring ocean views.
Full floor residences are priced between $4.35 and $5.5m with construction to start in July, 2023.
21 Broadbeach Blvd.
NPA Projects director Andrew Erwin, who has been appointed to market the development, said the project was an A+ real estate opportunity.
“Sunset Residences enjoys an idyllic location at one of Broadbeach’s most desired addresses where residents are privy to a beachfront position with direct access to the beach and the Gold Coast Oceanway while living in a quiet, tree-lined pocket with no through traffic,” Mr Erwin said.
“This enviable location so close to Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach combined with exceptional view corridors is unheard of on the Gold Coast, making this panoramic gateway site a blue chip real estate opportunity obtainable for a discerning few.
“This is a boutique project with a limited number of premium residences available that won’t be on the market for long so if you are waiting for a sales centre to be built or for construction to commence you will be likely too late.”
Mr Erwin said the landmark project received huge inquiry during the prerelease period over the Christmas holidays.
“As expected, the project received a positive response during the soft launch with a mixture of local, interstate and international buyers registering their interest and ear marking the project as a once in a lifetime real estate opportunity,” Mr Erwin said.
“There is genuine interest from investors who recognise this project as prime real estate and there are also buyers who are looking to upgrade and call Sunset Residences home.”
Plus Architecture have designed the interiors while Urbis has been appointed as the landscape architects.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au