Luxe apartments in Sanctuary Cove. Image – Supplied
  • Demand is high for Sanctuary Cove's new suite of luxe apartments
  • Dwellings received more than 800 inquiries before the official launch
  • The project is expected to be complete in early 2023

Demand is soaring for ultra-luxury apartments in Queensland’s Sanctuary Cove as the new-to-the-market ‘Harbour One’ dwellings receive more than 800 inquiries in the lead-up to their official launch.

The apartments are a part of real estate investors Mulpha‘s ongoing venture in Sanctuary Cove.

Mulpha has been swamped by potential purchasers with interest in the first 15 waterfront apartments and townhouses, while are 32 yet to be released. This appears to be an indicator of Australia’s red-hot residential apartment market.

John Hughes is the General Manager of Sales and Development for Mulpha Sanctuary Cove.

“The incredible response we have received for these new residences has required us to think outside the box with Harbour One so that we can ensure an equal opportunity for all potential purchasers,” said Mr. Hughes.

“Harbour One is a unique offering and we are delighted with the positive reaction we have received during the process thus far.”

John Hughes, General Manager of Sales and Development for Mulpha Sanctuary Cove.

With Harbour One launching, Mulpha Sanctuary Cove unveils a suite of spacious and stunning harbourside residences fashioned for the sophisticated waterside lifestyle.

The development is positioned south of the Sanctuary Cove, within a new residential precinct on the marina’s edge.

Building company Tomkins has been awarded the construction contract.

The building’s exterior is to display a combination of natural stone and concrete, along with carved building edges.

Imagined Harbour One. Image – Supplied

The planned addition to Sanctuary Cove’s luxury residential spaces offer new apartments in three-bedroom and four-bedroom designs, as well as layouts with two bedrooms and an additional media room.

Intended to capture sea breezes, harbour scenery and garden views, dwellings come fit with windows and large balconies.

Harbour and garden scenery is on display. Image – Supplied

Harbour One’s design is tailored to complement and integrate with the existing marine village. The layout connects directly to the boat harbour and the host of retail, dining and entertainment facilities that are on offer.

Residents will enjoy access to two 18-hole championship golf courses, a 303-berth marina, a Country Club including a fitness centre, tennis courts and a swimming pool. As well as access to a five-star InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort with its own lagoon-style beach.

Sanctuary Cove is one of the only developments in Australia that offers an exemption from Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) restrictions This means overseas buyers are able to invest in vacant land without assessment.

With works commencing next month,  the project has an expected completion in early 2023.

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