Taking up a prime spot along the sought-after stretches of the Goldie, La Isla Broadwater is the latest residential offering to hit the list of developments buyers can move into now.
The brand new apartments were completed just recently by Draycon, with the project highlighted as a prosperous opportunity for occupiers or investors, nestled at the intersection of the Pacific Ocean and Broadwater in Southport.
With views over the Gold Coast Broadwater, the Pacific Ocean and the speckled greenery of suburban Southport, La Isla draws parallels to the laid-back and breezy atmospheres of European coastal towns.
Delivering a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, some of the configurations offer dual-key apartments that comprise one and two bedroom floorplans, with a separate studio apartment attached – perfect for investors where they can live in one and rent the other out, or rent both out.
Designed by the architects at Burling Brown, the residences follow an open plan layout, with the kitchen, living and dining all flowing seamlessly to adjoining balconies, which marvel in views and invite an abundance of natural light in.
Within La Isla’s walls, the residences feature a muted palette, calacatta look porcelain benchtops and splashbacks, brass and gold finishes, parquetry look porcelain tile and premium Italian furnishings. Ducted cooling and heating also features throughout, along with integrated appliances in the kitchens, tile flooring in the main living zones, and carpet in the bedrooms.
A suite of resort-style amenities find a home in La Isla, including a rooftop terrace, complete with an infinity pool and spa, as well as several breakout and lounge spaces. A rooftop bar is also penned for the space, set to make a home crowning La Isla in the coming months.
An onsite cafe is also set to take up shop across the ground floor in the lobby soon, with everyday conveniences not stopping there as the light rail system stops just across the road.
During the week, rely on the efficiency of the Gold Coast light rail as it passes by, and stops at Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital, Gold Coast Private Hospital and a plethora of business centres. Seamless access to the motorway and Gold Coast highway ensure Brisbane, Byron Bay and all corners of the Goldie are within reach too.
La Isla’s central location places residents just minutes from Broadwater Parklands, along with the Southport CBD and the stretches of cafes, restaurants and bars that line the streets of the nearby Tedder Avenue. From early learning to tertiary studies, the locale’s premier educational institutions are also within close proximity from the site too.
Article source: www.urban.com.au