Luxury units to attract interstate high-rollers

Luxury units to attract interstate high-rollers

An eight-storey apartment building including $3 million residences will cater for “interstate high-rollers” moving to the region.

Located along the Cotton Tree Esplanade Nature By Cube will be home to 13 residences, 12 three-bedroom apartments and one four-bedroom penthouse.

Each residence designed by Cottee Parker will include seven-metre frontage living, semi-outdoor entertaining space and kitchen spaces, butlers’ pantries, timber chevron flooring, limestone benchtops and Gaggenau appliances.

Director at Cottee Parker Sandra Browne said the chance of finding a site that offers ocean views and is north-facing is incredibly rare.

“The materiality of the building exterior and the expansiveness of the open facade and viewing speaks to a quality of architecture that is higher than the surrounding market offering,” she said.

“Buyers looking to downsize from houses will also be blown away by its sheer scale – there’s no wasted space in apartments and premium niceties are maintained down to the final finishing.

“Every bedroom is equipped with an ensuite, and the master bedroom is built with the idea of retaining the view to the water through skylight and garden pieces with consideration to privacy.”

All parking bays at Nature will include EV charging stations.

Director of Cube Developments Scott Juniper said the development would help meet the demand for Coast real estate.

He said around 30 per of purchasers across the company’s portfolio have come from outside South East Queensland.

“There’s not enough product in the market to satisfy demand so we expect decisions will be made swiftly to avoid missing out.”

It comes after the latest report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is leading the charge with the highest net migration gain of all Australian regions (6,400 people) between September 2019 and June 2020.

Nature by Cube is priced from $2.95 million with expressions of interest now open.


Publication: Sunshine Coast Daily

Author: Laura Pettigrew