Large lots with sweeping vistas are in favour with Gold Coast homebuyers, with some locals waiting up to a decade for the chance to move up to the latest Coomera Waters land release.
According to QM Properties general sales manager Damien Ross, demand for large lot release Quest has been exceedingly strong.
“Quest is one of the final land releases at Coomera Waters and certainly the highest, sitting at 130 feet above sea level and offering potential residents views to the Broadwater and the Hinterland,” Mr Ross said.
“The exclusive gated stage features just 42 lots, ranging from 1,355sqm to 4,599sqm and priced from the low $400,000s.
“The combination of large lots and spectacular views has helped drive enquiries, many of which have come from local residents who bought in the area up to 10 years ago and have been waiting for this part of the masterplan to be released.
“Quest is the jewel in the crown of Coomera Waters, offering both the space to create an architectural masterpiece as well as the exceptional backdrop of the Gold Coast skyline.”
Coomera was identified as one of the areas most likely to remain a building hotspot in a recent Housing Institute of Australia survey.
The Gold Coast City Council recently announced plans to update the city plan to allow for more small-lot developments across the coast.
“There’s definitely a need for both in the market however current demand does indicate a preference for larger lots, particularly amongst second and third homebuyers seeking a forever home,” Mr Ross said.
“We have also received a high level of enquiry from people looking to move into this booming region due to the upcoming infrastructure.
“An $11million school was announced for Coomera in this year’s state budget, and the $470 million dollar Westfield Coomera is expected to deliver 140 specialty stores and 7500 jobs upon opening its doors late next year.”
A range of home and land packages are available at Quest, architecturally-designed to make the most of the stunning views and priced from $695,000 to $1,250,000.
Civil works on Quest are currently underway and expected to be completed by February 2018.