As interstate buyers continue to migrate in droves to South East Queensland, Maroochydore’s newest luxury residential development Nature by Cube is set to take advantage of the new clientele of Melbourne and Sydney seachangers.
Raising the calibre of residential offerings in the area, ultra-modern Nature will bring unparalleled opulence to the Sunshine Coast, redefining what is expected in high-end apartment living. The eight-storey Cottee Parker-designed project in Cotton Tree will be home to 13 state-of-the-art residences, each boasting views over the water and having access to a host of sumptuous, resort-style amenities including a 25-meter lap pool, gym, steam room and spa, private dining room, and wine room.
Across 12 three-bedroom apartments and one four-bedroom penthouse, each residence features seven-metre frontage living, enormous semi-outdoor entertaining and kitchen spaces, Butler pantries, timber chevron flooring, limestone benchtops and a suite of Gaggenau appliances. With a facade that looks more akin to an art sculpture, organic curvature guides the building design and apartments throughout, creating luxe coastal elegance in a space that wants for nothing.
Director at Cottee Parker Sandra Browne said the chance of finding a site that offers ocean views and its north-facing is incredibly rare, allowing for a project that will never be repeated. “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.
True to its name, Nature will honour a carbon-neutral principle with all parking bays to include EV charging stations. With desirability for Sunshine Coast real estate at an all-time high and all signs pointing to a strong upward growth trajectory into 2021, Cube Developments expect Nature to cater to the emerging interest from interstate high-rollers. According to 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.
Director of Cube Developments Scott Juniper 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.”
Publication: Indulge Magazine
Author: Bryce Reid