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This luxury ten-storey apartment building is set to be the first multi-residential development on Goodwin Terrace in over three decades. With only 20 residences in the building, each three or four-bedroom apartment offers stunning views out over Burleigh Heads Beach and the Pacific Ocean. The area is surrounded by heritage-listed pine trees giving each residence extra privacy. On Levels 9 and 10, there are two dual-level penthouses each with private rooftop pools. This project was launched to the market early in 2019, with construction expected to be complete in October of 2020. Prices start at $1,800,000 for the three-bedroom apartments. Four-bedroom apartments are price on application only at this point in time.
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The Goodwin Terrace location provides unobstructed ocean views from the apartments. Sitting down the end of Burleigh Heads Beach, Norfolk Burleigh is only 350 metres away from the start of the walking trails through Burleigh Heads National Park — perfect for an afternoon run or a Saturday morning stroll. The only thing in front off Norfolk Burleigh is Rick Shores, which is well renowned as one of the best restaurants on the coast (Moreton Bay Bug rolls and champagne anyone?). Norfolk Burleigh is a 20-minute drive away from Surfers Paradise and about 15 minutes away from the Gold Coast Airport.
Residents at Norfolk Burleigh will have access to the private beach club which will provide a range of residents facilities. These include a large gym, sun deck, resort-style pool, and a sauna. Underneath the building, you’ll find two levels of basement car parking as well as bike storage and additional individual storage space for each apartment.
All of the apartments are finished in travertine, timber and stone to connect the interior of the building to its surrounds. This is highlighted by the open-plan living areas and large windows that open up onto larger-than-normal balconies. To capitalise on the excellent weather, the balconies are orientated to capture the sea breezes and natural light, with screens that can be pulled across to act as shelter during less-than-perfect weather. Buyers will also get to make use of the butler’s pantry, and integrated BBQ kitchen, and can choose to add a temperature-controlled wine display bar. These apartments would be ideal for downsizers looking to make the most of the beachside location within walking distance to shops and cafes.
Norfolk Burleigh is a project by Synergy Property who are also currently developing Pacific Palm Beach and North Residences which are also on the coast. Also involved in the project is Sydney-based Koichi Takada Architects and Victorian-based Mim Design.