$14 MILLION IN PROPERTY SALES IN SIX MONTHS AT VISION BY HALCYON

$14 MILLION IN PROPERTY SALES IN SIX MONTHS AT VISION BY HALCYON
JUST one waterfront home remains for sale at Vision by Halcyon in Hope Island, following the sale of 20 house-and-land packages, worth $14 million, since January.

Vision by Halcyon in Hope Island, an over-50s only development, has a prime location on the Gold Coast's north shore, with direct access to the Broadwater from the estate.

Halcyon joint managing director Bevan Geissmann says the completion of Vision's 'recreational centrepiece' drove the sales since January.

It comprises a leisure club with a fitness centre, pool, spa cinema, media and massage room, multi-purpose room and a waterfront alfresco lounge area.

Other facilities include on-site boat mooring, a private marina, floating boat house and communal watercraft.

"The recreational aspect of the community is a key component for baby boomers and its completion has sealed the deal for many of them," says Geissmann.

The final waterfront property is priced at $1.36 million and is the last of 21 such properties in the 88-lot estate. The 14 remaining non-waterfront properties start from $594,000.

The remaining waterfront property is the two-storey, 441.8m2 Riversong. It includes three bedrooms, a multipurpose room, 2.5 bathrooms and a double garage.

There are three types of non-waterfront properties remaining:
  • Silvermist 249.9 sqm
    2 bed + study
    2 bath
    Double garage
     
  • Atria 222.3 sqm
    2 bed + study
    2 bath
    Double garage
     
  • Seacrest 190.8 sqm
    1.5 Garage
    2 Bed + study
    2 Bath

Sales at Halcyon in Hope Island launched in June 2014. The 74 sales since then have been worth $55 million, with the average sales price being $750,000.

As well as the Hope Island development, Vision by Halcyon has two other communities located at Bli Bli and Caboolture.

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