Gold Coast's Serenity 4212 secures almost $30 million in sales

Gold Coast's Serenity 4212 secures almost $30 million in sales
Gold Coast's Serenity 4212 secures almost $30 million in sales

Gold Coast waterfront land project, Serenity 4212, has reportedly amassed almost $30 million in sales amidst the COVID pandemic.

More than 40 per cent of the project’s first stage has been sold primarily to local buyers.

Thre complex was developed by Brisbane-based group Keylin and Kinstone.

Construction on the $650 million private, gated community commenced last month, and the project amassed more than 1200 inquiries prior to official launch and completion of site works.

“The sales rate has been absolutely astounding, particularly in light of the pandemic,” said Tony Ashwin, Director of Ashwin Property who is marketing the project.

Mr Ashwin said while there was some uncertainty about fielding enquiries during COVID-19, local buyers had been waiting a long time for the release of Serenity 4212.

“The developers did their research and knew of the limited waterfront availability in the area. At the same time local buyers have been looking for a chance to secure waterfront land, and Serenity offers them a final opportunity to do just this,” he said.

Serenity 4212 offers a wide range of housing lots, with reserve and waterview land from 500sqm to 1061sqm available and absolute waterfront land up to 1326 square metres on offer. Housing lots are available from between $489,000 and $1,290,000.

It will be designed by Form Landscape Architects and BDA Architecture.

The project is multi-staged and will also encompass retirement, retail and apartments in addition to townhouses, residential land and a marina.

Future stages of the project will include a mini-marina precinct and the Serenity Greens community which will offer 60 four-bedroom, two car space townhomes priced from $489,000 and averaging 200 square metres.

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