Diggers move in on $170m project

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first_imgInterstate buyers are among those looking to move into the area.“My two sisters will also be within walking distance. I currently have a large area to clean and garden to maintain, so am looking forward to enjoying more ‘me time’ on the weekendsat my terrace home at Vue. “It will be the ultimate lifestyle change for me; moving to a different state and climate.Everything will be new — including my home.”The sales centre is open every day from 10am to 5pm on the corner of East Lane and Stadium Drive, Robina. 71 homes will be built in the first stage.Robina Group sales manager Azura Griffen said stage one was nearing sellout and stage two was more than 50 per cent sold off-the-plan. “New terrace home projects on the Gold Coast are few and far between, limiting the opportunities for buyers wanting to buy brand new in a location at the heart of Robina,” she said. “Vue Terrace Homesis walking distance to incredible offerings including Robina Town Centre and an array of public transport. “This style of living, which combines the most sought-after aspects of an apartment and a house, is proving to be in high demand – as residents look for a low-maintenance option with plenty of room to grow. More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours ago“With terrace homes priced from $599,000, Vue Terrace Homes also offers all the benefits of purchasing a new home at a more affordable price.” Terrace-style living combining unit and house aspects, has become very popular.Melbourne resident Maureen Ryan is preparing to move to the Gold Coast to live closer to family, after purchasing at Vue Terrace Homes. Ms Ryan said she researched online and inspected a number of potential homes on the Gold Coast, before makin her decision.“Upon first inspection, I was impressed by the location and contemporary design, including an airy, open-plan layout, ample storage options and quality fixtures and finishes,” she said.“Vue also boasts advanced security measures, with gated entry to the community, and to individual properties, the safety aspect appealed to me. “The community is close to key infrastructure and services, including public transport, which will be ideal if I take a job in Brisbane, and higher education facilities. center_img The Robina Group has fast tracked the launch of stage two of its $170m Vue Terrace Homes to meet demand.CONSTRUCTION has kicked off on a $170m project that’s expected to see 71 three-bedroom homes built in its first stage.The Vue Terrace Homes development on the Gold Coast was expected to see the first lot of buyers move in by the end of the year.Developer Robina Group appointed Hutchinson Builders to build the first stage of homes, each of which features a multi-use living and study area, European appliances and high quality finishes.Robina Group director Tony Tippett said the start of construction marked an exciting community milestone. More than $60m in homes has already sold at Vue, with both owner-occupiers and investors showing interest in the 6ha gated-community on East Lane, bordered by the 17ha Robina City Parklands. last_img

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