Rac­ing for plot to call your own

Villa World has opened up the sale of land in stage two of it mas­ter­planned Arun­del Springs com­mu­nity ear­lier than ex­pected be­cause of de­mand

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - DEVELOPMENT - WORDS ALEISHA PID­GEON

ARUN­DEL Springs, a $300 mil­lion mas­ter­planned com­mu­nity set against a back­drop of nat­u­ral wet­lands, was of­fi­cially un­veiled to the mar­ket this week.

The de­vel­op­ment is the largest in more than a decade for Villa World on the Gold Coast and high­lights a new course for the com­pany’s res­i­den­tial projects.

Arun­del Springs em­braces the re­stored Arun­del reach of the Coom­babah Lake­lands Con­ser­va­tion Area with open spa­ces, street sculp­tures and view­ing decks, while in­cor­po­rat­ing walk­ways and bike tracks into the com­mu­nity’s de­sign.

Villa World is work­ing closely with the City of Gold Coast to re­store the long-ne­glected area and un­lock its po­ten­tial as public recre­ational space.

Villa World CEO Craig Treasure said Arun­del Springs would be de­fined by the recre­ational ameni­ties it of­fers res­i­dents.

“Qual­ity of life­style has be­come just as im­por­tant for home buy­ers as af­ford­abil­ity, and we are in­creas­ingly de­sign­ing ad­dresses to meet those needs for our res­i­dents,” Mr Treasure said.

“All of Villa World’s mas­ter­planned com­mu­ni­ties in­cor­po­rate el­e­ments that en­cour­age a healthy out­door life­style.”

Arun­del Springs will com­prise 386 dwellings in­clud­ing 306 hous­ing lots that have al­ready at­tracted buyer in­ter­est.

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