National residential developer Villa World has unveiled its most exclusive land release to date at the $300 million Arundel Springs project on the Gold Coast.
The Habitat collection comprises just 21 lots fronting the Arundel Reach of the magnificent Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area that adjoins Arundel Springs.
Offering uninterrupted views over the stunning yet tranquil nature reserve area, the boutique precinct also provides direct access to the community’s network of walking trails.
Arundel Springs development manager Kevin Morse said the premium land release followed swift sales in the 386-dwelling community’s first three stages.
“The Habitat gives its residents a direct connection to the spectacular natural beauty of the restored conservation area that sits at the heart of Arundel Springs,” Mr Morse said.
“It provides the ideal balance of a contemporary lifestyle with the advantage of having a picturesque native reserve on your doorstep – a truly natural extension of the backyard.”
In collaboration with the City of Gold Coast, Villa World is regenerating the conservation area and improving public access with the addition of new walkways and bike tracks.
Arundel Springs will embrace the restored stretch of nature reserve with several open spaces, street sculptures and viewing decks for residents.
Land in The Habitat will be north or east-facing and will range in size from 319sqm to 716sqm.
Blocks are ready to build on and are priced from $379,000.
Arundel Springs is located just 500 metres from the Parkwood light rail station and only minutes to the M1.
Land buyers at Arundel Springs are also able to appoint their own house builder, with a range of high-profile quality builders already taking an interest in the new community.
The Arundel Springs sales display suite is open daily from 10am to 5pm on Greenacre Drive, Arundel.