There’s a number of three and four-bedroom Sky Homes, some spanning half and full-floors
Chevron One, set to reign as Chevron Island’s only luxury high-rise apartment tower, is about to achieve another level of luxury the Gold Coast hasn’t seen before.
The Melbourne-based Bensons Property Group has released its Sky Home collection, starting from levels 31 and rising to level 41, soaring nearly 100 metres in the air. Bensons hadn’t released the high-level apartments, but are now seeing high demand in ultra-luxury, large apartments in the sky.
When complete, Chevron One will be the tallest tower on the exclusive island, and the tallest there ever will be, with the Gold Coast City Council two years ago bringing in strict planning laws, limiting future apartment projects to 33 metres, or 12 storeys.
Crowning the development will be the Gold Coast’s largest ever penthouse. The two-level penthouse, spanning levels 40 and 41, will have nearly 2,000 sqm of living space, which will make it around double the next biggest apartment.
That will be retained by Bensons Property Group’s Chairman Elias Jreissati.
“With the project about to enter construction, this sculptural object will maximise the well positioned site and spectacular water views. The design of Chevron One Residences has captured the character of the Gold Coast and will soon become a true icon.”
– Rick Curtis, Managing Director, Bensons Property Group
There’s the opportunity for the high-end buyer to grab the sub penthouse, which would rank as one of the biggest on the Coast, offering nearly 1,000 sqm of space. That will have five bedrooms, five bathrooms and four car garaging, and is priced at just shy of $15 million. Its size puts it near the now 10-year old Soul penthouse, which recently sold for $15.75 million.
Speaking to Urban, Bensons Property Group sales and marketing manager Andrew Crichton said he’s getting a lot of high end enquiry from Sydney and Melbourne, particularly downsizers whose kids have left home.
There’s been particular interest from Potts Point, one of Sydney’s most affluent suburbs.
Working with Marchese Partners, the Sky Home floor-plates start from over 130 sqm for the two-bedroom apartments, which are priced from $1.5 million.
There’s a number of three and four-bedroom Sky Homes, some spanning half and full-floors. Four-bedroom apartments, with over 360 sqm of living space, are priced from $7.25 million.
Marchese Partners made the view the hero in the design of the tower, with floor-to-ceiling windows and doors out to balconies that offer uninterrupted and never-to-be-built-out views across Surfers Paradise.
The kitchen benchtops will be finished with Calacatta inspired stone, and some will feature a butler’s pantry, Sub Zero wine fridges, even dedicated full wine rooms.
Construction is planned to commence in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au