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Surrounded almost entirely by water, this exclusive land release offers privacy and seclusion at the end of Paradise Point peninsular with no through traffic or busy roads. Ideal for people wanting to live the coastal dream – with direct access to Little Beach and berths available to purchase in the private marina. The subdivision and landscaping are due to be completed in July 2018 and buyers can start building in September 2018.
From the Sovereign Shores development, you can walk to the coffee shops and restaurants within the complex as well as the nearby Paradise Point shops and cafes. These plots would be great for downsizers coming from acreage and families who want a bit more space and a waterfront lifestyle.
The Paradise Point peninsula looks out over Ephraim Island and Sovereign Island on the northern end of the Gold Coast. Only 55 minutes from Brisbane, this development is also within easy reach of the Gold Coast CBD, M1 motorway, shopping malls, theme parks and white sandy beaches the Gold Coast is known for. In terms of public transport, the 719 bus runs every 15 minutes down to Southport.
Owners will have access to Salacia Waters Residents’ Club with a 12-seat theatre, library, gym, sauna, barbecue area, and 25m heated outdoor pool and spa. This development offers a marina rather the than the option of private jetty outside your home – which a lot of nearby waterside suburbs have. This arrangement will suit people that aren’t interested in having a boat or who don’t want to maintain a jetty.
Sovereign Shores is offering 58 plots of varying size, some on the waterfront or with water views. One benefit of this project is that you can choose your own contractor and are not tied to a specific style of home. The plots are already approved for three storeys, a basement, and a rooftop entertainment area. Three-storey unit buildings with one unit per floor are also approved.
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Sovereign Shores is being developed by Metacap Developments.