More than half of Hope Island development Park Cove’s waterfront homes have sold
BUYERS are snapping up properties at Park Cove Hope Island since its launch four weeks ago.
More than half of the freehold waterfront homes have sold and interest in the Parkside Terraces has also been strong.
The master planned community at 23-31 Sickle Ave, Hope Island, includes 16 waterfront homes starting from $1.295 million and 31 parkside terraces from $639,000.
Director Louis Cheung from Park Cove developer Keylin Group says he is happy with the response from the market since launching last month.
“The interest we have seen from the market since launching, including buyers and local agents, has been overwhelming,” Louis says.
“We’ve seen strong interest from families living on both the Gold Coast and Brisbane, interstate investors and international buyers looking to relocate their families to this incredible lifestyle destination.
“Hope Island is no longer a destination to get to; it is now an infill development area adjacent to the Coomera Town Centre and Pimpama growth corridors.
“It boasts the luxury golf courses, international resorts and canals that were built so many years ago, but also offers families all of the modern-day conveniences including schools, shopping and public transport.”