THE RESURGENCE AT THE TOP END
Written on the 15 September 2010
LUXURIES associated with top end residential properties may demand the big bucks in boom-time, but emerging from a slump the Gold Coast’s prestige property market is tipped to see a balancing of value.
Recovery of the prestige property market will be driven by a flight to quality product and quality developments with a strong track record, according to Sanctuary Cove chief Alison Quinn.
Unique Homes up the ante
As population growth sees vacant waterfront land becoming scarcer on the Gold Coast, demolishing and re-building on an existing site is quickly becoming a more attractive alternative for those seeking to move into the prestige property market.
Gold Coast Unique Homes has become a major player in prestige property.
Brentnall inspired by Bali luxury
Australia’s largest waterfront residential development project to be undertaken this year, the $650 million Salacia Waters, has ushered in a new era of residential living in Queensland.
If the ideal weekend escape involves stepping off a plane, onto the deck of a luxury yacht and basking among the Great Barrier Reef, look no further than Hamilton Island Yacht Club Villas.
Hamilton Island Yacht Club Villas has recently completed 35 luxurious waterfront villas to be released to the market in lots of six. With prices starting at $2.55 million, the first six have already sold with the second lot just released.
Developer Landmatters had a vision to ‘inspire sustainable living and development practice awareness’ by creating a world-class ecologically sustainable village.