Coast offers sunny escape
Melbourne couple splashes $3.25 million on a four-bedroom sub-penthouse at Chevron Island’s first high-rise tower, Chevron One
MELBOURNE couple Michelle Gray and Michael Burstin have lined up years of sunny winter escapes with the $3.25 million purchase of a subpenthouse in Chevron One.
Ms Gray said the expansive residence on level 38 of the 40-storey tower would become a getaway for the busy professional couple, especially during Victoria’s cold winters.
“We’ll keep a car there so we can just jump on a plane and be there and drive anywhere we like on the Gold Coast,” she said. “We love that it’s an island retreat, but ridiculously close to the centre of Surfers Paradise.
Space and outlook were important considerations for the couple who were attracted to how the interior of their apartment blended with its balcony area and city vistas.
The couples’ residence spans almost 250sq m, including almost 80sq m of balcony space, and offers northeast views of the Nerang River, Surfers Paradise and beyond.
The $260 million arts-inspired Chevron One, developed by Bensons Property Group, will rise on Stanhill Drive and includes 247 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments.
Apartments are priced from $455,000 for onebedders through to $3.2 million for the 1600sq m, two level penthouse retained by the group chairman and his family. Construction is scheduled to be complete by 2021.