Cen­tral lo­cale a draw­card

Benowa com­mu­nity Van­tage’s com­mu­nity con­ve­nience and amenity are ap­peal­ing to buy­ers

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - AUCTION - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

MICHAEL and Vickie Ryan are among the many Gold Coast­ers flock­ing to Benowa com­mu­nity Van­tage.

Af­ter 14 years in Broad­beach, the cou­ple has swapped beach­side liv­ing for the $200 mil­lion com­mu­nity at 21 Ross St, Benowa.

Lo­cated be­tween the beach and hin­ter­land, Van­tage of­fers an el­e­vated po­si­tion and a botan­i­cal gar­dens feel over­look­ing the Royal Pines Golf Course.

“This lo­ca­tion — close to shops, res­tau­rants and all the ser­vices we need — of­fers the best of both worlds,” Mrs Ryan said.

“Peo­ple talk about their for­ever home and this is def­i­nitely ours. We have plenty of room for fam­ily, so many friends nearby and ev­ery­thing we need is on our doorstep. There is no need to move.”

The Rayjon Group are be­hind the com­mu­nity which fea­tures three com­pleted apart­ment build­ings with a pool, gym, bar­be­cue ter­race and res­i­dents’ lounge.

Knight Frank Queens­land head of pro­ject mar­ket­ing Chris Litfin said the de­vel­op­ment’s con­ve­nience and amenity were ap­peal­ing to buy­ers with Van­tage’s de­but of­fer­ings Dusk, Eve and Scape at­tract­ing mostly owner oc­cu­piers. “Lo­ca­tion is a key fac­tor when choos­ing a de­vel­op­ment,” Mr Litfin said.

Van­tage’s lat­est re­lease Dawn fea­tures 113 two and three-bed­room apart­ments, over 15 lev­els. Prices start from $500,000.

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