Ravello by Bonython, John Singleton’s new Gosford development.
CENTRAL Coast property developer John Singleton knows a thing or two about flashy apartment blocks — but even he must be knocked out by the automated carparking system to be built into his latest luxury units.
The mind-blowing technology — a first for NSW — uses laser-supported vehicle detection technology to stack cars and carry them in and out of the multi-level garage by a state of the art app-controlled lift.
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Local cashed-up downsizers are showing fierce interest in Singo’s latest property development Ravello — a luxury seven-level block on the border of Gosford and Point Frederick.
“The first few weeks of marketing are the strongest I’ve seen in this market, and about 80 per cent of interest is coming from locals,” selling agent Jaimie Woodcock from McGrath Central Coast said.
“The local interest is a bit like what we saw last year when Tony Denny and Central Real revealed their luxury Elysium development at Terrigal, which sold incredibly quickly.”
The Ravello block will include a range of 45 one, two and three-bedroom apartments designed by renowned local architects, White+Dickson.
The apartments have been designed by local architects White+Dickson.
The front of the building will have an iconic design decked out in performance glass with bronze tinting.
With most units capturing uninterrupted views over Brisbane Water, one bedrooms start from $490,000, two bedrooms from $850,000 and three bedrooms from $960,000.
Paul Anderson from the Bonython Group said inspiration for the project came from Singo’s desire to create something that stood out.
Sweeping views of the Brisbane Waters.
“John wanted to give locals the opportunity to buy into something very luxurious,” he said.
Standout features include individual temperature-controlled wine storage, limestone tiles to terraces, Ilve appliances, Parisi tapware in a brushed bronzed finish, pure wool Tuftmaster Beauvis carpet and erramater European Oak engineered flooring.
But the most mind-blowing feature would arguably have to be the Automated Parking System.
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The three-bedroom apartments on the top level are estimated to go for around $2.7-$3 million.
The whiz bang system designed by German company Klaus will allow homeowners to pull up at a bay and have their car parked by “vehicle submission”, controlled via SmartChip or SmartApp.
With laser-supported vehicle detection technology, the car is moved into multi-row parking.
Each fully automated system stacks cars into amazingly small spaces and uses impressive technology to park and release cars via a customised lift system at the touch of a button.