Burleigh Heads trophy beach development Luna sold out

The eight full-floor residences on the near beachfront were priced from $3.9 million.

Burleigh Heads trophy beach development Luna sold out

Luna at Burleigh Heads is now a sellout with all eight sold.

The full-floor residences on the near beachfront were priced from $3.9 million.

Located at 50 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads the project is separated from the beach by a street and a car park.

Its penthouse is dual-level, with its own rooftop pool.

Each apartment has three bedrooms, with all bedrooms equipped with an ensuite bathroom.

The balconies also have integrated BBQ/outdoor kitchenette areas..

Living rooms are afforded full height windows that frame the ocean scenery.

Burleigh Heads trophy beach development Luna sold out

The 506 sqm site was bought last December for $5.5 million having operated as the Fish House restaurant.

It sits next to the 1981 Burleigh Beach Tower which had five sales during 2020 ranging from $599,000 to $752,500.

The two bedroom two bathroom $599,000 sale had sold at $627,000 in 2017, according to CoreLogic.

Development Nearby

Sandbar Burleigh

Burleigh Heads trophy beach development Luna sold out

A development which still has apartments on offer is the Sandbar Burleigh at 1969-1971 Gold Coast Highway. It comprises 163 two and three bedroom residences.

Prices start from $590,000.

Each apartment at Sandbar, Burleigh Heads, is appointed with European fitments by Parisi and premium appliances by Franke.

Other developments for sale on the Gold Coast

Shoreline, Surfers Paradise

Shoreline is the latest Surfers Paradise tower to be created by Marquee Development Partners.

The boutique 27 apartment development across 17 levels offers residents a luxury unseen in the between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach for a number of years.

Miles Residences, Kirra Beach

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

The development of 118 apartments is part of the redevelopment of the Kirra Beach Hotel. The brains behind the operation is the family-ran KTQ Group, led by Peggy Flannery, who are behind the award-winning Elements of Byron Bay.

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