Super sky homes showcasing style and luxury make for the perfect place to live at the Gold Coast’s Chevron One development. With only four penthouses left for sale in the beautiful 40-level tower, residents will be spoilt for choice when it comes to amenities.
An array of resort-style leisure facilities at ”Club One’’ include indoor and outdoor pools, as well as sculpture and zen gardens, and a shared library on site.
The development, which totals $275 million, features 236 units.
Bensons Property general manager Julian Sutherland said 30 per cent of the development had already sold.
Mr Sutherland said the top two-level 1684sq m penthouse was being retained by Bensons chairman Elias Jreissati. It is one of the largest penthouses in Australia with “views that will go forever”.
The penthouse is across levels 39 and 40.
There are four other sub-penthouses priced between $2.95 million and $3.5 million, Mr Sutherland said.
“They range in size from 227sq m to 251sq m. They are four-bedroom, four-bathroom and two-car park.”
Mr Sutherland said the penthouses were like sky homes with huge wrap-around balconies and extra large living spaces.
“They have generous sized bedrooms all with ensuites with luxury inclusions,” he said.
The majority of buyers at Chevron One have been local downsizers and interstate investors, according to Mr Sutherland.
He said a bonus was the Green Bridge, under construction over the Nerang River, that would lead to the new exciting HOTA (Home of the Arts) precinct.
Mr Sutherland said the location of Chevron One in a prime position at the ocean side of the island provided permanent uninterrupted views – a key selling feature of the development.