Every cloud has a Magenta lining
FOR the first time in over 6 years, Magenta Shores is entering a construction phase, beginning its next prestigious precinct. After a sell down of over 90 properties in two years, Rich Sea International will be “turning dirt”. The momentum they have gathered post-GFC defied real estate markets and golfing trends.
Recently they held a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the commencement of a sales campaign for their latest release, a prestigious, dress circle precinct of only 19 allotments.
“Magenta Shores raised the bar in what was achievable with residential golfing communities and is without doubt the pinnacle of living and lifestyle on the Central Coast,” said Wyong Shire Mayor Doug Eaton
Magenta Shores has numerous awards and accolades to its name, including being placed in the top 30 golf courses in Australia and as high as eighth in some rankings.
The links style golf experience is unrivalled on the NSW Central Coast, being located on a narrow isthmus, with its pristine saltwater lake system to the west and the sparkling Pacific Ocean to the east. Wyrrabalong National Park abuts to the north with its cycleways and bushwalking and south with its rainforests, this location is arguably the finest blue chip offering on the eastern seaboard of Australia.
Being surrounded by pristine National Park to the North has its advantages. The main attraction other than golf is its 2.3kms of white sand beach frontage. This beach is essentially deserted and residents and locals delight in the fact.
The Accor Hotel group also identified location as key when they acquired the Quay West Hotel. Recently they rebranded to the luxurious Pullman Hotel, part of their five-star hotels stable.
“Our Pullman Hotel rebranding is befitting of the distinguished championship golf course. We recently refurbished the hotel and all rooms in a spacious and modern contemporary styling,” said General Manager Sam Panetta.
“Barretts Restaurant & Shallows Bar now features a Mediterranean grill and pizza oven on the terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. Both offer stunning vistas over the lake and golf course with its myriad natural green hues. The resort includes indoor heated pool, steam room, rock pools, lagoon pool, gym, BBQ picnic areas, two tennis courts and the award-winning Vie Spa with five treatment rooms. I would love to greet you and invite you to enjoy your next golf getaway with my team.”
Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club General Manager Roger Morris said “Magenta Shores is different in the sense that many members have come here purely for the lifestyle and this will no doubt continue as the development continues. How many locations can you reside and have the first tee no more than a fairway away from your home? Magenta Shores rates as one of the hardest courses to play in NSW, however for many of the residents this is the course on which they learnt and are learning to play. They roll up two or three times a week undeterred by the course’s reputation and even a bad golf day is a good one when surrounded by the natural beauty of the Magenta Shores setting”.
On the future of Magenta Shores, Rich Sea International’s Development Manager Paul Seisums says “We are currently facilitating with consenting authorities and commercial stakeholders across a new masterplan never before entertained within the golf sector. This will deliver a product which attracts local, Sydney and International markets alike. Our masterplan will be revealed next year and we are thrilled as this will position Magenta Shores strategically moving forward.
“The masterplan entertains a variety of accommodation styles, with a real emphasis on lifestyle, fitness and social amenity. It will provide for not only retirees and golfers but the fitness and outdoor enthusiast alike.”
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The par-5 2nd hole heading out south along the pristine beach front. Wyong Shire Council Mayor Doug Eaton and Rich Sea
International’s Development Manager Paul Seisums.