Tugun, the small enclave in the southern Gold Coast just north of Bilinga, is set to welcome an impressive collection of beach villas.
Chapter Two Group and Kingbella, who have most recently worked together on a similar project, Callista in Palm Beach, are behind The Eden Collection, just five home-sized luxury villas directly adjacent to Kropp Park nature reserve.
There will be three and four-bedroom configurations on offer, with each villa featuring a number of living zones across their three levels.
Chapter Two Director Jon Quayle says The Eden Collection is quintessentially Tugun.
“Tugun is one of only a few suburbs on the Gold Coast that still retains its coastal charm of yesteryear”, Quayle said.
“Low-rise modern-day beach houses, fronting on to a nature reserve, and only 250 metres in each direction to Cornerstone Stores, Tugun Market Co, and of course the famous sands of Tugun beach”.
Kingbella Director, Laura Percey, says Eden’s design was inspired by the earthy palette of its surroundings, from sand to stone to sunlight glistening on the water.
“Each villa features polished concrete floors, premium timber joinery, exquisite stone benchtops, multiple living areas to unwind, bespoke tapware and high-end Miele appliances that boast both function and form,” Percey said.
C2 Architecture and Louise Walsh interiors, who were the team behind Callista Palm Beach, are behind The Eden Collection design.
CBRE Residential Projects Senior Director, Nicholas Clydsdale, said that demand for luxury townhouses was only going to increase on the Gold Coast in the coming years, particularly in blue- chip suburbs such as Tugun.
“It is extremely rare for a new development to occur in this tightly held beachside enclave, yet the buyer demand is continuing to increase on the back of burgeoning population growth”, Clydsdale said.
“New development sites in quality locations are more and more difficult to come by. The tranquil location of Eden, fronting north over a stunning natural reserve is a dream location for a southern Gold Coast buyer. Add to that its strolling distance to Currumbin and Tugun shops and beaches only adds to its allure and rarity.
Clydsdale says there have been several recent sales in Tugun and Currumbin surrounding The Eden Collection in the $4 million plus range which has reset pricing for the area.
“We are seeing more and more owners looking to enter the Tugun market who want high-quality, low maintenance living, without having to compromise on space or privacy. The Eden Collection caters for this large portion of buyers who are looking to secure their own piece of Tugun for generations to come.”
Pricing for The Eden Collection starts from $2,299,000.
Article source: www.urban.com.au