Each townhouse will have four bedrooms and three bathrooms across the three levels
Palm Beach, one of the hottest apartment markets across the whole of the country, is set for something a little different.
Kingbella Group, led by Joel and Laura Percey, alongside STEER Developments, founded by Rob Steer, are set to launch a boutique collection of four villas, a stone’s throw from the beach.
The luxury villas at 192 Cypress Terrace have been designed by C2 Architecture with the Mediterranean lifestyle and palette at its heart.
“Callista came from bouncing around ideas on a mood board, trying to produce a townhouse with a feel as if you’re on holiday in Europe”, Laura Percey says.
Percey says they are trying to take the next step of luxury in the suburb, with the three-level homes rich in artisan detail and featuring an entertainer-style kitchen with oversized stone island bench and Miele appliances throughout.
Each townhouse will have four bedrooms and three bathrooms across the three levels.
“Palm Beach has really transformed, from cute shacks and beach houses to a next level of luxury that everyone locally, as well as interstate, now wants to buy in to.
“There’s new blood in the area, and with that comes the more modern beach house. We want to deliver beach houses that will remain for years to come.”
There has been an intentional effort in the design so the villas would suit a number of different buyers.
“We could see the owner-occupier professional enquire, with the use of the downstairs bedroom as a home office, or the downsizer in their 50’s using the functional space”, Percey said, adding that young families would be attracted to the four bedrooms, and fly-in, fly-out buyers from the eastern seaboard capital cities would show interest given the heightened level of lock-up-and-leave luxury on offer.
STEER founder, Rob Steer said with interstate migration on the rise, there’s plenty of purchasers are prepared to pay for high end stock.
“Gold Coast has emerged as one of the best performing real estate markets over the past year, recording double digit price growth for both houses and units,” Steer said.
“We’re seeing an awful lot of movement from interstate, whether it’s for holiday home purposes or those keen on spending more than half of the year on the Gold Coast.”
With double digit growth seen in Q1 2020 to Q1 2021, Steer says the developer duo are actively looking for new acquisition opportunities in both residential and commercial sites.
CBRE are handling the marketing of Callista, with prices starting from $1.75 million.
Kingbella and Steer are set to crate another small collection of luxury townhouses in Tugun, and have also just lodged plans, along with the Brisbane-based Capdev, for over 90 apartments in the in demand Rainbow Bay area.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au
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