There is only one more apartment with ocean views left in the Southbreak apartment building, which is expected to be finished at the end of the year.
BUYERS seeking a luxury apartment with beachfront views have one last chance to snap one up in North Kirra’s boutique development Southbreak.
The last remaining ocean-view apartment in the six-level building on Golden Four Drive is on offer for $679,000.
It features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a study and has a sophisticated open floorplan, high-end fixtures and fittings throughout and striking views that capture the coastline and city skyline.
Developer Lacy Group is behind Southbreak, which will comprise 20 two and three-bedroom units, including two double-storey penthouses.
Residents will also have access to a rooftop terrace with pool, lounge, barbecue area and multipurpose room that could double as a cinema.
Construction is on track and expected to be completed before Christmas.
Marketing agent Tony Holland, of McGrath Estate Agents, said it was perfect timing. “With construction well underway and earmarked for completion late this year, buyers will be able to spend summer in their new apartment, making the most of the stunning views from the rooftop sundeck.” he said.
“Southbreak buyers have been mainly local owner occupiers looking to downsize their home but upscale their life by moving into a brand new, stylish apartment on the beachside.”
Lacey Group director Adam Lacey said they were carefully designed by BDA Architects to complement the environment rather than dominate it.
“The seven-storey building has just four apartments per floor, ensuring residents can take full advantage of spacious living with a feeling of exclusivity and privacy.’ he said.
“Southbreak is ideally positioned in North Kirra along the new Tugun to Bilinga Oceanway, with close proximity to major infrastructure, lifestyle amenities and world renowned surf breaks, such as Snapper, Greenmount and Duranbah. It’s also just a short stroll to the emerging cafe, restaurant and shopping scene of Kirra Village.”
The project is the company’s second in the southern corridor and follows the success of it’s 46-apartment development The Jefferson in Palm Beach. “Lacey Group carefully choose locations that offer buyers excellent value in up-and-coming areas so they can benefit from future growth, as has been the experience of our maiden project at Palm Beach,” Mr Lacey said.