Leading Sunshine Coast developer Cube Developments has achieved a near $75 million sell-out across its Bokarina Beach project Oasis.
Positioned with ocean views on the last remaining beachfront location on Bokarina Beach, Oasis makes up a collection of 56 apartments with amenities including a lap pool, open air resident dining, a gym, an outdoor beach shower and lush gardens.
The boutique project sold 70 per cent of residences prior to officially hitting the market, totalling close to $50 million within a week of its soft launch.
Just four apartments remain, including two penthouses that range from 191 sqm to 242 sqm, boasting secluded rooftop terraces and private plunge pools, starting from $3.5 million.
Cube Developments Director Scott Juniper pointed out the region’s notably high demand for prestigious properties, which is evident in the palpable desire among buyers. However, the limited supply of such properties is struggling to keep up with the demand.
“In a market where there is high demand for prestigious coastal homes, buyers are taking quick action to avoid missing out on the limited supply,” Juniper said.
“Our sales team had 40 appointments booked on the first day of Oasis’ soft launch, 25 of which sold that very same day. There’s a strong sense of urgency among potential buyers, and we’ve observed a significant level of enthusiasm from people who want to secure a prime piece.
“We’re delivering an exceptional project on one of the last remaining beachfront blocks on Bokarina Beach to offer an unparalleled lifestyle, and buyers responded well to this vision.”
The majority of buyers being local residents and individuals from wider South East Queensland can be attributed to the area’s beauty and rarity of properties like this one. This is due to the combination of its premium yet simplistic design and the incredible oceanfront location on Longboard Parade, which provides a unique vantage point.
Set across six levels, Oasis’ configuration maximises access to almost 180 degree ocean views stretching North from Point Cartwright all the way down to the Caloundra Headland.
Oasis is now over 92 per cent sold. Remaining apartments start from $1,650,000.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor