One of the most significant amenity when developers and architects look to design high-end hotels or resorts is the central swimming pool, which anchors the whole development and fosters a sense of rest and relaxation.
That’s the level of sophistication local Gold Coast developer Monaco Property Group wanted to achieve with it’s newest development Capri, the first large-scale residential project on Isle of Capri in over three decades.
The 1.2-hectare masterplan, designed by Plus Architecture, comprises just 48 two and three-level villas, which are being developed around a central swimming pool.
The resort-style pool, which features submerged lounge chairs, sits adjacent to a sunbathing deck terrace set under soaring palms.
For those who appreciate outdoor dining, an outdoor dining terrace offers the perfect setting to savour meals amidst the tropical ambiance.
The lush tropical gardens of Capri evoke a sense of tranquility and offer residents a private escape. Carefully landscaped with tropical palms, canopy shade trees, and exotic plants, the coastal garden resort creates a serene backdrop for moments of solace.
Shaded cabanas provide the ideal spot to recline and unwind, allowing residents to embrace the peace and tranquility of their own personal oasis.
Residents will also have exclusive access to an indoor lounge that exudes opulence. The lounge features a built-in bar, dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, an electric fireplace, and a large screen TV.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor