Coastal living at Gosford’s newest residence: Introducing Horizon by JMGM

Local Central Coast buyers are enjoying refined coastal living at JMGM’s latest Gosford development, Horizon

Coastal living at Gosford’s newest residence: Introducing Horizon by JMGM
Horizon, Gosford. Image: Supplied

Local Central Coast buyers are enjoying refined coastal living at JMGM’s latest Gosford development, Horizon.

Set across 19-storeys, the Mann Street development comprises 182 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as 2,500sqm of retail space.

The Gosford region is not just for locals. Many buyers have begun recognising the beauty of the area and its sparkling waterways, sandy beaches and family-friendly activities on offer.

The area continues to grow and thrive as both a desirable place to live and a flourishing tourist destination, home to renowned beaches such as Avoca, Terrigal and MacMasters Beach.

Gosford is an attractive and affordable option for first home buyers and investors alike, boasting strong rental returns and positive capital growth.

Designed by Lutolli Architects and Partners, Horizon has been carefully crafted as a modern and luxurious tower, boasting exceptional views and spacious interiors.

Each residence’s kitchen is characterised by sculptural curved surfaces and a sophisticated, timeless palette of warm neutrals.

The home’s feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wrap-around balcony, open-plan living and dining, and amazing views across Gosford, Brisbane Water and National Parklands.

“Floor-to-ceiling windows and frameless glass balconies bring views into your living and dining spaces”, the project marketing reads.

Exclusive amenities available to residents include an outdoor pool, pool lounges and Swedish-inspired sauna.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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