A luxury Gold Coast beachfront project offers buyers the chance to secure their very own slice of paradise—but time is running out, with almost 80 per cent of apartments sold over the launch weekend.
Brisbane-based Spyre Group’s $77 million, 17-storey Natura project will rise from a 1,011sq m site located at 112 The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads, replacing the current mid-level apartment building developed by Mimi Macpherson, the sister of Australian supermodel Elle.
The Bureau Proberts-designed development will comprise 33 apartments with 16 levels of half-floor apartments and one ground floor terrace unit.
With fewer than eight of the 33 luxury, three bedroom apartments remaining, CBRE’s Gold Coast director of residential projects Nicholas Clydsdale said the rarity of the offering was part of its appeal.
“All of these apartments are three bedrooms with no more than two apartments per floor and these are very hard to find in Burleigh Heads.”
Clydsdale said Natura had tapped into a growing cohort of lifestyle buyers homing in on Burleigh Heads, with high demand from interstate and local downsizers.
“Our buyers comprise predominantly local owner occupiers from Burleigh or surrounding Gold Coast suburbs trading up, with around 30 per cent coming from interstate through our existing database network and who understand the value that this project and location represents,” Clydsdale said.
Natura’s launch comes in the midst of a Burleigh Heads renaissance that includes more than $1 billion in development activity either planned or under way—including more than $500 million in residential development.
Located within walking distance of Burleigh Heads' cosmopolitan locale with its unique cultural variety, Natura's apartments will deliver 211sq m of living space, including functional balconies with room to enjoy uninterrupted ocean views.
Among the unique offerings at Natura will be a “beach house”, a dedicated wellness space and a range of residential amenities including a resort-style pool, and an outdoor dining area.
Clydsdale said Burleigh Heads was now one of Australia’s premium beachfront addresses, but without the associated cost.
“The pricing—when compared to Noosa, Byron, or Sydney beaches—makes the value proposition unbelievable,” Clydsdale said.
Remaining apartments at Natura are priced from $1.599 million.
For more information on the development, visit www.naturaburleigh.com.au.
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