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DE­VEL­OP­ERS Mul­pha and Sun­land will de­liver the fi­nal of­fer­ing in their joint ven­ture at Sanc­tu­ary Cove with con­struc­tion of the Park­way en­clave.

Park­way will be un­der con­struc­tion in the first half of this year and com­prises 16 res­i­dences over­look­ing the ninth hole of The Palms cham­pi­onship golf course.

Just nine of the homes in Park­way, which will in­clude 12 sin­gle-level vil­las and four, twolevel homes, re­main for sale, priced from $975,000.

Sun­land Group man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Sahba Abe­dian said the res­i­dences show­cased con­tem­po­rary open plan de­sign and paid homage to the nat­u­ral beauty of the sur­round­ing land­scape.

“Each three-bed­room home has been imag­ined as a lux­u­ri­ous pav­il­ion, where ex­pan­sive open plan liv­ing ar­eas con­nect seam­lessly with lush gar­dens and en­ter­tain­ing spa­ces,” Mr Abe­dian said.

“So­phis­ti­cated de­sign max­imises Park­way’s pre­mium lo­ca­tion, with large win­dows cap­tur­ing the en­chant­ing views, nat­u­ral light and breezes.”

Mr Abe­dian said Park­way was brought for­ward in re­sponse to the pop­u­lar­ity of the penul­ti­mate stage, Meliah.

He said Meliah’s 19 lux­ury res­i­dences sold out in just four weeks.

“Each of Meliah’s sin­gle and dou­ble-storey res­i­dences are fully land­scaped and fea­ture the very best of con­tem­po­rary open plan de­sign, com­plete with three large bed­rooms, pre­mium fin­ishes and a ded­i­cated golf buggy space.”

Home build­ing at Meliah be­gan in Septem­ber 2015 and is ex­pected to be com­pleted in late April this year.

Mul­pha Sanc­tu­ary Cove gen­eral man­ager of sales John Hughes said Sun­land’s home de­signs at Sanc­tu­ary Cove, which date back to 1987 with the de­liv­ery of iconic har­bour front vil­las, had di­ver­si­fied the res­i­den­tial prod­uct mix at the com­mu­nity.

“What Sun­land has de­liv­ered has changed the land­scape of Sanc­tu­ary Cove with di­verse and ar­chi­tec­turally strik­ing home de­signs,” Mr Hughes said.

“Sanc­tu­ary Cove is a com­mu­nity favoured by home own­ers for its life­style at­tributes and ameni­ties and this has been re­flected by strong sales through­out across the pro­ject.”

Es­tab­lished in 1983, Sun­land is a lead­ing na­tional prop­erty de­vel­oper with more than three decades’ ex­pe­ri­ence de­liv­er­ing award-win­ning, de­sign-driven com­mu­ni­ties along Aus­tralia’s east­ern se­aboard.

Sanc­tu­ary Cove is a re­sort- style mas­ter­planned com­mu­nity, fea­tur­ing two 18-hole cham­pi­onship golf cour­ses, a 300-berth ma­rina, In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal Sanc­tu­ary Cove Re­sort and Coun­try Club in­clud­ing full fit­ness cen­tre, ten­nis courts and 25m swim­ming pool.

At the heart of the com­mu­nity is the Marine Vil­lage – Sanc­tu­ary Cove’s very own wa­ter­front com­mer­cial, retail and din­ing precinct, with more than 80 te­nan­cies.

Mul­pha con­tin­ues to rein­vest in the multi award­win­ning com­mu­nity.

Mul­pha’s other lo­cal as­sets in­clude Hay­man Is­land off the north Queens­land coast, In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal ho­tel Syd­ney and Bim­bad­gen Es­tate in NSW’s Hunter Val­ley.

JOINT VEN­TURE: Mul­pha Aus­tralia ex­ec­u­tive chair­man Seng Huang Lee at Sanc­tu­ary Cove. Mul­pha and Sun­land have teamed up to of­ferr Park­way, with homes over­look­ing the cham­pi­onship golf course.

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