Frasers Property Australia has unveiled its new release, Cova Boathouse Villas, an exclusive collection of waterfront villas within its spectacular $225 million Cova community at Hope Island on the Gold Coast.
The collection will comprise 13 three-bedroom plus multi-purpose room villas, inclusive of two bathrooms and a powder room, with two floor-plan choices offering either a single or double garage.
Located along Cova’s picturesque marina, the offering is expected to meet growing demand as buyers look to grab some of the last new waterfront properties available in the rapidly growing Hope Island area.
Frasers Property Australia’s General Manager Residential Queensland, Cameron Leggatt, said Cova’s rare offering of waterfront properties in the Northern Gold Coast was sure to capture the market’s attention.
“Buyers are looking for pristine views paired with the ultimate waterfront lifestyle, and as such the Cova Boathouse Villas have been architecturally designed by Rothelowman with the end customer in mind.
“Purchasers can expect to see luxurious yet functional kitchens featuring a 900mm Mielé gas cooktop and 600mm wall oven, with a full kitchen display available for viewing within the Cova Sales and Display Centre.
“Expansive glazing maximises the sweeping marina views, offering a smooth transition from indoor to outdoor living, with secure access connecting residents to Cova’s network of walkways,” Mr Leggatt said.
The covered alfresco and ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout the villas welcome the subtropical climate of the Gold Coast.
Cova Boathouse Villas are designed to maximise family living, with provision for solar panels, satellite television and NBN. They feature security screens and Mielé kitchen appliances.
Mr Leggatt said the Cova Boathouse Villas are being bought forward to the market off the back of the sell-out of 15 Cova Promenade Waterfront Villas, which are currently under construction.
“The strong demand for the Cova Promenade Waterfront Villa offering is indicative of the popularity of properties along northern Gold Coast waterways,” he said.
“Cova’s second recreational club, the $1 million Cova Boathouse, is due for completion early next year and really tops off the enviable lifestyle offering of this masterplanned community.
This latest villa release sits alongside the new recreational club, boasting a relaxation pool, large barbecue area, a private dining room, multipurpose/theatre room, a fully equipped kitchen and an office space with Wi-Fi connection, allowing Cova Boathouse Villa residents easy access and a convenient proximity to the new club.
Owners of Cova Boathouse villas are given the exclusive opportunity to purchase a private marina birth to complement the waterfront lifestyle.
Boathouse Villas are priced from $599,000, with villa and marina packages starting at $635,750.
Cova is located just 3.4 nautical miles from the Broadwater, offering residents the surrounds of tranquil parks, lakes and over five kilometres of walking and cycle paths.