ABSOLUTE PRIME DA
APPROVED WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT SITE
Placed on 1854sqm block on two titles, both with direct waterfrontage, this exclusive property presents the opportunity to utilise existing DA approval to build three exclusive townhouses on one title and design a freestanding family residence (STCA) on the adjoining block. Each of the residences will showcase views of the canals and Surfer's Paradise skyline, and its exclusive waterfront setting is super-handy to Pacific Fair and Mermaid Beach.
Premium waterfront site on two titles - To be sold in one line
766sqm vacant block with scope to build a luxury home (STCA)
1088sqm block DA approved for three freestanding townhouses
Plans prepared by Dignam Design - available upon request
Each townhouses comprises 4 beds, 3 baths and DLUG
Amazing rooftop terraces with observatories and stunning views
Living spaces open to courtyards, separate dining areas
Upstairs living spaces open to balconies, island kitchens
Home office/fifth bedrooms, internal access from DLUG
Common pool, cabana and lawn right on the waterfront
Common pontoon on prime canal with ocean access
Wide leg-to-water lawn - easy access for boats/watercraft
Minutes to shops, schools, cosmopolitan eateries and beach
GET TO KNOW MERMAID WATERS
Boasting waterways with names such as Rumrunner Lake and Lake Wonderland, it’s easy to see the appeal of Mermaid Waters, a canal community which sits at the elbow of Mermaid Beach. Australian surveyor John Oxley first came to the area in 1823 and gave it its name after the cutter ship Mermaid on which he travelled.
Primarily a residential suburb, it’s worth a wander here to check out the luxury homes situated along the canals and lakes. There’s a wide range of Asian and European restaurants in this area, which offers easy access to nearby Mermaid Beach. The Mermaid Waters Hotel is a bit of an accommodation icon around these parts which is also home to a range of apartments, resorts and backpackers. In the Gold Coast fairytale, where Surfers Paradise would be cast as Cinderella, if there was to be a Little Mermaid, then Mermaid Waters would most certainly fit the bill.