Townhouse-style dwellings set for Burleigh Heads site

Four residences are set to be built across the 550 sqm site, each with three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, along with a powder room, and a two-car garage over three-storeys.
Townhouse-style dwellings set for Burleigh Heads site
A render of the proposed development at 8 Bullimah Avenue, Burliegh Heads. Image sourced.
Alison Warters May 6, 2022

Burleigh Heads is one of the most popular suburbs across the whole of the Gold Coast when it comes to multi-res apartment developments.

Given how in demand higher density projects are, it's rare to see a boutique project in the pipeline.

A recent development application lodged by K2H Developments, in a joint venture with Golconda Property Group, will see just four townhouse-style dwellings created at 8 Bullimah Avenue - just one street back from Tallebudgera Creek and just the other side of the Gold Coast Highway from Burleigh Head National Park.

They will be built on the 550 sqm site and will each have three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms across the three levels, as well as a garaging for two cars.

“Each dwelling has been carefully designed to make the best use of the site whilst enhancing the visual appreciation of the site,” UPS said in their development application documents.

Townhouse-style dwellings set for Burleigh Heads site
A render of the proposed development at 8 Bullimah Avenue, Burleigh Heads. Image sourced. 

Designed by Mi Design Studio, the ground floor will include the garage of each unit and a mud room and store area. The rear of each residence will also include the bin store and clothesline and a small landscape strip.

Each dwelling is benefitted by their own separate access with unit one with its own private access from a separate entrance off Bullimah Avenue and unit four accessed from the rear. Each dwelling has access to the floors above by way of stairs and lift.

The first floor will home the three-bedrooms and two-bathrooms, including an ensuite, with the second-floor featuring the living, kitchen and dining areas, following an open-plan layout that flows seamlessly onto the adjoining balcony areas.

The roof terrace will be open in nature, providing a private open space for the occupants of each dwelling, benefiting from views around the site. The space will also include a stairway, lift, powder room and laundry.

Each unit has a north-eastern aspect with units one and four also benefitting from aspects to the east and north-west respectively.

Benefiting from close proximity to a number of public transport, retail, dining, education and entertainment options, the site is within walking distance to the Koala Park neighbourhood centre, just 1.2-kilometres to Stockland shopping centre and 100-metres from a bus stop along the Gold Coast Highway.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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