10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist

10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist
10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist

The Miles Residences Kirra Point will be one of Kirra Point's most impressive towers when it's completed in 2023.

Sales have began of the luxury residences, so Urban have put together eight reasons why Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist.

1. Developed by the KTQ Group

The glass-swathed tower is being developed by the family-ran KTQ group, who have a very successful track record across residential and commercial projects in recent years.

They have won a number of awards for Elements of Byron Bay, their exclusive and luxury northern NSW retreat. They also developed Bayshore Bungalows, also in Byron, which they also developed and own and operate. 

2. The global architecture firm Woods Bagot have designed the building

The Australia-founded and now world-renowned architecture firm headed by chief executive Nik Karalis have a string of some of Australia's best buildings in their portfolio, but projects in Queensland by the firm don't come up for sale often.

 10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist

They have their name to Sydney CBD's Mason & Main and the luxury Melbourne development Collins Arch.

They designed The Standard Fish Lane in Brisbane and 123 OBR on the Gold Coast.

3. The 25 metre swimming pool!

Residents will have access to the raised 25 metre swimming pool with gun-barrel, never to be built out views north across the beach.

 10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist

4. The building's future development

The $200 million apartment aspect is just part of the $380 million redevelopment of the Kirra Beach Hotel. There will also be a brand new pub and pavilion on the ground level.

5. $545,000 is below Coolangatta's median apartment price

The $545,000 entry price for a Miles Residence apartment is below the $586,000 median apartment value, calculated by realestate.com.au

6. Range of luxury residences available

Miles Residences Kirra Point is a collection of spacious one, two and three bedroom architecturally designed apartments, many with a multi-purpose room.

 10 reasons Miles Residences Kirra Beach should be on your property shortlist

7. Closest development to the private south end of Kirra Beach

Replacing the Kirra Beach Hotel puts the development as the closest residential building to the southern end of Kirra Beach.

8. Nearby developments have sold out in quicktime

Flow Residences at the nearby Rainbow Bay sold out their $74 million project in December 2020, with prices ranging from $1.17 million for a two bedroom apartment to $10.6 million for the penthouse. 

The average sale price was $3.5 million.

9. Coastal Queensland isn't going out of fashion

Coastal Queensland continues to defy any downturn predictions of the market. Further up the coast at Main Beach, about 25 kilometres north, off the plan buyers in the Sea complex have seen huge windfall resales.

Two buyers, who paid $3.3 million off the plan in early 2018, sold their apartments when the block was completed for more than $2 million what they paid.

The development is also just up from Byron Bay which has seen its property market reached record high enquiry rates and record low stock.

10. Views from the headland

Miles Residences is located on one of the last undeveloped stretches of the East Coast and on one of the rare Australian north-facing beaches

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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