ROBINA FAST-TRACKS NEXT STAGE OF CITYVILLAGE

Written on the 24 July 2014 by Nick Nichols

ROBINA FAST-TRACKS NEXT STAGE OF CITYVILLAGE

THE pace of residential development in Robina’s city heart continues to lift, with Robina Group bringing forward a new release of homes at its $200 million CityVillage development.


The developer has notched up close to $62 million in sales across its CityVillage and Riverlily projects since the beginning of the year.


The previous stage of 35 homes at CityVillage sold out in just two days, for a total of $16 million, following their release in March.


Strong sales in the first stage of Riverlily terrace homes, launched in April, prompted the developer to fast track the second and final stage of that project, with just a few terrace homes now remaining, priced from $449,000.


Stage four of CityVillage will comprise 33 three bedroom homes, including 20 premium waterside properties overlooking a lake, with prices starting from $529,000.


The release includes the first three-level homes at CityVillage, which feature a courtyard on the lower level plus balcony to the main living space, with a total of three separate living spaces, three bedrooms, a media room, two bathrooms and a powder room.


When the first four stages are complete, CityVillage will feature a total of 130 terrace homes across a 4ha lakefront site fronting The Crestway, Robina Parkway and Christine Avenue.


Robina Group residential sales manager Azura Griffen says demand is outpacing supply for new properties in Robina, creating a need to bring more homes to the market.


"A lot of buyers missed out on the previous stage at CityVillage, because it sold out so quickly, and they have been waiting for us to release the next stage of the project,” she says.


"The level of interest in property in Robina is continuing to rise and we've been fast tracking the design and construction of our developments just to keep pace.”


William Moran jumped into stage three of CityVillage after missing out on stage two.


"Stage two went so quickly and when we went to view stage three there were only four remaining, so we were fortunate to secure our place in the community," says Moran who secured a three-bedroom home in the development.


"We already had a home in Robina, but wanted something that was easier to maintain and being a brand new property, we knew we would get that.


"Our existing home sold within a week of going to the market, so everything just fell into place."


All homes in stage four of CityVillage will include three bedrooms, a media room, two bathrooms and a powder room.

Griffen said they would also offer gourmet kitchens with stone bench tops, quality European appliances, study nooks and abundant storage spaces, along with the latest interiors and styling, in-line with cutting-edge architectural trends.

"The new release will include the first three level waterside homes to be offered in the precinct, which have been modeled on the latest design trends," she says.

"Like all homes in CityVillage, they will also offer a truly 'walkable' lifestyle, with direct pedestrian access to the Robina Town Centre.

"All of the homes are also freehold, which is appealing to purchasers as it means there are no body corporate fees to consider."

Author: Nick Nichols

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