Take a look at Keylin and Kinstone's Helensvale development as house and townhouse construction begins

The construction commencement comes after more than $107 million in sales since the project, one of the Gold Coast’s largest waterfront land projects, launched 12 months ago.

Take a look at Keylin and Kinstone's Helensvale development as house and townhouse construction begins
Take a look at Keylin and Kinstone's Helensvale development as house and townhouse construction begins

The Brisbane-based developers Keylin Group and Kinstone Group has began construction on their waterfront homes and townhouses at the luxury Helensvale development Serenity 4212.

The construction commencement comes after more than $107 million in sales since the project, one of the Gold Coast’s largest waterfront land projects, launched 12 months ago.


Over 30 per cent of Serenity Green, part of Serenity 4212 comprising 60 architecturally designed town homes, have sold, with more than $12 million in sales in just four months following its market launch. 

Remaining town homes in Serenity Green are priced from $535,000.

The sales generated in Serenity Green add to the $72 million achieved through Serenity Waters – a collection of 110 waterfront blocks of land that back onto Lake Serenity and the Coombabah Wetlands Conservation Area.

Keylin director Louis Cheung said Keylin was keen to expand its residential and commercial portfolio in the northern Gold Coast growth corridor between Helensvale, Hope Island and Coomera.

“We are absolutely delighted that our range of residential offerings has been so warmly welcomed by the marketplace,” Mr Cheung said.

Keylin, with our team of consultants, has worked very hard to create the most diverse residential options available within our projects and they have been very well received.

Take a look at Keylin and Kinstone's Helensvale development as house and townhouse construction begins

“It’s hard to believe that we have achieved so many sales in Serenity 4212 after only acquiring the waterfront site early last year and made so much progress across all our projects despite the challenges of the pandemic in 2020.”

Serenity Green’s town homes are positioned to capitalise on a growing market of discerning buyers seeking larger sized homes. 

“Demand for larger sized home is certainly growing, which in part is due to buyers spending more time at home during Covid. While the impacts of Covid-19 of the Gold Coast are subsiding, buyers’ desire to upsize their lifestyles certainly remains,” Mr Cheung added. 

Tony Ashwin, director of Ashwin Property which is managing the sales and marketing for Serenity 4212, said Serenity Green has been met with great immediate demand, particularly amongst the local owner-occupier demographic.

“Serenity 4212 is a unique, luxurious and well-priced offering and we’re witnessing great interest from the local community familiar with the great lifestyle on offer here,” said Mr Ashwin. 

Take a look at Keylin and Kinstone's Helensvale development as house and townhouse construction begins

“There really isn’t much else on the market with the same level of offerings in a beautiful, private and idyllic location, so well-priced to meet the market.

“Demand for the larger sized home offering is certainly there. A lot of our buyers who don’t require all four bedrooms are converting the fourth room or the second living area into a home office which is ideal in a post-Covid working environment.”

A range of resident amenities will be on offer in the gated Serenity Green community including an outdoor recreation area with barbecque facilities and a large swimming pool.

Of the sales achieved to date, four first home buyers have taken advantage of $40,000 of government incentives – the $15,000 First Home Owners Grant and the $25,000 HomeBuilder scheme which ends this month.

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 new developments across the country

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