Sell­ing off the plan

It’s not hard to see why buy­ers are lin­ing up to grab these su­perb beach­side apart­ments

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ALEISHA PIDGEON

BUY­ERS have jumped at the chance of own­ing an apart­ment at One Palm Beach with six al­ready sold.

Sit­u­ated on the beach­front, One Palm Beach fea­tures 17 high-end apart­ments.

Ve­loc­ity Prop­erty Group part­nered with in­ter­na­tional ar­chi­tec­ture and in­te­rior de­sign prac­tice Plus Ar­chi­tec­ture to de­liver the col­lec­tion of multi-mil­lion dol­lar res­i­dences.

Ve­loc­ity Prop­erty Group man­ag­ing direc­tor Bren­don Ansell said the ex­cite­ment with One Palm Beach was three­fold.

“It’s ab­so­lute beach­front in a serene and stun­ning lo­ca­tion that gives buy­ers ac­cess to Burleigh Head­land, Talle­budgera Creek and Cur­rumbin Creek.

“It’s sur­rounded by a grow­ing va­ri­ety of cafes and restau­rants that are adding to Palm Beach be­ing the hottest sub­urb to watch on the Gold Coast with a 38 per cent me­dian house price jump and strong price growth in the last five years.”

Apart­ments from the third floor have views from the ocean to the Hin­ter­land.

With only two apart­ments per floor, the three and four-bed­room homes have 180 de­gree vis­tas, ex­tend­ing north to Surfers Par­adise and south to Coolan­gatta.

The full floor pent­house takes ad­van­tage of its top floor el­e­va­tion with 360 de­gree views. Res­i­dent fa­cil­i­ties in­clude a deck and pool. Prices start at $1.795 mil­lion with the be­ing pro­ject mar­keted by Ray White agent Scott Wagner.

“We’ve had some strong in­quiry on the site,” he said. “Now that the base­ment has been dug out, the large num­ber of peo­ple who were con­sid­er­ing buy­ing are tak­ing ac­tion.”

The build­ing is ex­pect­ing to be com­plete by July, 2018.

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