Boutique estate offers limited land release on South Stradbroke Island

first_imgBuyers will receive a vehicle permit allowing them to access 20km of surf beach.AN EXCLUSIVE patch of Gold Coast paradise is up for grabs with the release of waterfront lots on South Stradbroke Island.QM Properties is developing South Stradbroke Island Waters which sits on the former site of Couran Point Resort.The initial release includes seven canal front lots from $410,000, three dry lots from $250,000 and two waterfront homes from $870,000. QM Properties is redeveloping the former Couran Point Resort site.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoQM Properties general sales manager Damien Ross said South Stradbroke Island Waters was a unique site that would never be overdeveloped.“Ninety per cent of the island is classified as state forest which means only a handful of lucky buyers will be able to call this unique development home,” Mr Ross said.“This is a truly boutique estate as it is the only freehold land on the island.Mr Ross said residents would not forgo any key amenities in order to live in this serene setting.“There is direct boating access to the Gold Coast Broadwater and Coomera Waters, and Sanctuary Cove Marina is only a few kilometres away,” he said.Every buyer of the freehold lots will receive a vehicle permit allowing them to access 20km of surf beach – ideal for those looking to take advantage of the Jumpinpin bar to the north and the Southport Seaway to the south.“The development really gives residents the opportunity to experience the best of both worlds with access to the natural beauty of South Stradbroke and the burgeoning communities of the Gold Coast,” Mr Ross said. Ninety per cent of the island is classified state forest.In addition to the rainforest 4WD track that connects the community to the surf beach side of the island, residents will also have access to a proposed common pool area with two pools, gazebo and amenity block.“The continued excellence of the estate is of great concern to us which is why we have put in place a quality building covenant, ensuring all residents’ property values are maximised in the future,” Mr Ross said.last_img

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