The exclusive White at Main Beach, marketed by Ray White Surfers Paradise’s Ray White Projects, has been met with strong interest and is set to become an iconic addition to the Main Beach scene.
Caitlin Rosenboom, Head of Projects at Ray White Projects said she has experienced exceptional early interest since the project’s launch in July last year, securing a number of unconditional off-the-plan pre-sales.
“We are seeing a lot of sales coming from owner-occupiers who crave the coveted blue-chip Main Beach address and this project offers them just that plus so much more,” Ms Rosenboom said.
The opulent residential development comprises 27 full-floor residences, each with three bedrooms and a private en suite, and an exclusive two-level penthouse that was snapped up in an off-the-plan sale earlier this year for $6 million.
White offers all elements buyers expect from a luxury apartment including an idyllic beachfront location, thoughtfully created spacious interiors, seclusion and 24/7 security.
“White offers spacious, open-plan living where incredible attention to detail has been payed to every element of the residences”, Ms Rosenboom said.
Verandas will offer over 10 meters of balcony frontage, allowing residents to enjoy uninterrupted, 360-degree views to the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast Broadwater.
The spacious master bedrooms will include a walk-in wardrobe, luxury en suite and a verandah that faces east to capture sunrise over the ocean.
The open-plan kitchen will feature a marble island benchtop, an integrated wine cellar and adjoining, built-in whisky bar and ample storage and shelfing space.
Apartments are designed to be ideal for entertaining with large sliding doors offering seamless indoor-outdoor connectivity between the living and dining areas.
“The project offers buyers the unique opportunity to choose from a range of thoughtfully designed full-floor or multi-level plans on a level of their choice.
“From the feedback we have received it is apparent the relaxed, coastal aesthetics of the interiors have been a stand-out feature of the project,” Ms Rosenboom said.
Other stand out features include barbeque facilities on the north-facing verandah, panoramic three-sided views from the main living room and an indoor, integrated fireplace.
A second living space, that can double as a media room, offers views further north and inland to the Gold Coast hinterland.
“Whilst I try not pick a favourite project I must say that White is possibly the most exciting development currently available for off-the-plan apartment sales in all South East Queensland,” Ms Rosenboom said.
White is a project by Brisbane-based Trenert, and is designed to attract local owner-occupiers looking to upgrade their lifestyle.
Ms Rosenboom said White is set to become a landmark project on the Gold Coast skyline and a modern addition to the Main Beach scene.
“The project’s developers spent three years searching for the perfect location for this luxury new development before securing the site at the exclusive Woodroffe Avenue.
“We are seeing rising demand in Main Beach, especially from local downsizer markets who are drawn to the relaxed, coastal appeal of the area,” Ms Rosenboom said.
White is within walking distances to the beach, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and the Gold Coast light rail which is set to be extended to Burleigh Heads in coming years.
In a Queensland-first Ray White Projects recently ran a 3D, fully interactive walkthrough of White, showcasing the project to a range of prospective buyers.
Remaining apartments are available from $2.2 to $3.7 million.
The White Main Beach sales office, located on Tedder Avenue, is open Wednesday through to Sunday for private appointments and individual apartment selections.
For further information visit www.whitemainbeach.com.au.