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

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

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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.