The best views in Queensland? How Monterey apartments in Kirra Beach offer unrepeatable views

One of the biggest driving factors for beach fronting apartments are the views.

Prospective buyers tend to want to be facing the beach to have unobstructed sand and water views, while typically the stock at the rear of the building, despite often more affordable than its neighbour, is generally out of favour in comparison.

The ultra-wide frontage and clever design of the latest Kirra apartment development, Monterey, means every resident is afforded extensive ocean and beach views.

It was the plan from the very beginning for prolific Gold Coast developer Marquee Development Partners, who painstakingly amalgamated the Musgrave Street block over several years. That gave them time to work with Ellivo Architects to create the luxury building which has already been a hit with buyers from the US, New Zealand, Sydney, Melbourne & the Gold Coast.

Marquee were patient in their pursuit to acquire the whole site, knowing that when the amalgamation was complete, they could create a development which would offer some of the most impressive, and more importantly, unrepeatable views compared to any other development on the Gold Coast.

But what Marquee and Ellivo has managed to do is, with a clever design, create every apartment with almost the same picturesque view.

And that view is even more impressive than just simply being beachfront. 

While possessing the largest expanse of beach frontage on the southern Gold Coast, Monterey also sits on a rare north-facing pocket where iconic views are at a maximum, both along the coastline towards Surfers Paradise or over the Pacific Ocean to Snapper Rocks. Traditionally developments along the Gold Coast beachfront offer one or the other, nowhere else do you enjoy both the iconic skyline and Snapper views.

Monterey’s massive 45 metre frontage which all three apartments per floor share –has allowed each apartment to be designed with an abundance of frontage.

Development sites along the beachfront are becoming smaller in size, forcing developers to adopt narrow apartment designs.

This allows residents to capture more view throughout multiple spaces in the apartment – whether they’re in the kitchen, living area, or master bedroom.

A great design feature of the wider apartment layouts is the master suite of each residence. Complete with a luxurious ensuite and generously sized walk-in wardrobe, all master suites are located along the frontage and wrapped in floor to ceiling glass to capture endless ocean views.

Development sites along the beachfront are become smaller in size, forcing developers to adopt narrow apartment designs.

Monterey’s expansive residences range in size from 147 sqm to over  200 sqm. That’s not including the half-floor sub-penthouses, which are between 263 sqm to 277sqm.

Sitting on level 14, the sprawling full floor penthouse has over 560 sqm of living space, comprising four bedrooms, three living spaces, three separate balconies, a dedicated home office, and a built-in bar and cellar – and is the widest penthouse on the Gold Coast.

Article source: www.urban.com.au