Opposite one of the Gold Coast’s famous golden sands, a new development offers 28 sumptuous one-level apartments with stunning ocean views.
Luxe Broadbeach occupies a northeast facing corner block across from Kurrawa Beach and Parks. DBI’s architecture is inspired by the natural beauty of the coastline. Inside reigns an elegance inspired by Manhattan.
The apartments are located from the sixth floor.
The crowning glory of Broadbeach Luxe Development Company’s new project is a two-story penthouse. Each accommodation has three secure parking spaces.
Residents will have access to a luxurious array of amenities at Level 5, including a 25-meter heated swimming pool, infinity pool, private lounge, sauna, barbecue area, gym, and yoga lawn with views on the foreshore to the ocean.
TOTAL Property Group Managing Director Adrian Parsons said Luxe Broadbeach is designed to meet the growing demand from homeowners looking for luxury homes with spacious layouts.
“A highly desirable lifestyle and a well-established home market on the Gold Coast has attracted wealthy individuals who have reassessed where they want to live and are looking to South East Queensland for unique lifestyle opportunities. Parsons says. .
“We have received an unprecedented number of inquiries from more buyers looking for properties with higher prices, as people across states continue to look. to the north, that the inhabitants modernize and that the expatriates return to their homes. “
Luxe Broadbeach is within walking distance of some of the Gold Coast’s best shopping, cafes, restaurants and nightlife, from Asian fusion at Mamasan and Hideaway Kitchen & Bar to authentic Italian at Gemelli Broadbeach and fine dining. street in The Lamb Shop.
Across from the new homes, The Oasis mall has a bustling outdoor food court, including Harajuku Gyoza, a Japanese craft microbrewery.
Pacific Fair, a shopping mecca with over 400 stores, is a 10-minute walk away.
Kurrawa Beach has some of the Gold Coast’s most sprawling oceanfront parks, including grassy fields, sports facilities, playgrounds, and barbecue areas.
The median unit price on the Gold Coast has risen 30.2 percent over the past five years, according to the Estate House Price Report for the September 2021 quarter, up 12.4% over the past 12 months.