Sherpa Property Group launches new Palm Beach project

Sherpa Property Group announced their new Gold Coast luxury project located in Palm Beach is nearly complete.

The Announcement:

The convergence of coastal living and contemporary luxury will soon be complete in the Gold Coast’s highly desirable enclave of Palm Beach as the market welcomes another Sherpa building.

Developer Christie Leet’s Sherpa Property Group has launched its latest residential project in the beachside precinct on the sought-after southern end of the Gold Coast.

Plans for a development called Perspective Nexus represent a coming together of all the lifestyle elements of a sanctuary of luxury blended with the natural allure and eclectic vibe of this pocket of paradise.

Lavish but laidback, Nexus will comprise an exclusive collection of 34 residences — half the site’s allowable density — designed for a simplistic but sophisticated coastal lifestyle.

All the residences have been created with the maximum liveability in mind that people are now seeking as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns and the need to work-from-home.

Aiming to set a new benchmark in Palm Beach, the project offers 29 spacious three-bedroom residences and it is topped with two penthouses and three spectacular three-level sky homes.

Designed by HAL Architects, each of the apartments will have a home office and a private balcony.

The luxurious four-bedroom sky homes also will feature their own private rooftop terrace, including pool and spa, with sweeping 360-degree vistas of Palm Beach stretching north to Burleigh Heads, south to Coolangatta and west to Currumbin Creek and into the Gold Coast hinterland.

Perspective Nexus residences — ranging in size from 235sqm to 560sq m —  are priced from $1.45 million to $6.5 million.

Earmarked for a prime 1581sq m beachside site at 949-953 Gold Coast Highway, Sherpa’s latest project will sit next to parkland at the south Palm Beach.

“We are very excited to begin unveiling this project in such a unique and highly sought-after location,” Mr Leet said.

“Palm Beach encapsulates an eclectic mix of desirable water frontages including the vast Pacific Ocean as well as Currumbin Creek, which runs from the hinterland in Currumbin Valley down to Palm Beach where an abundance of lifestyle and activity on and around the water converge at Perspective Nexus.”

Mr Leet said lifestyle was the driving force behind the design of Perspective Nexus, which rejects the more traditional quantity-over-quality approach.

“True luxury is unrestrained lifestyle — doing what you love and engaging with life in natural surroundings while enjoying the ease and convenience in absolute comfort,” he said.

“It’s all about how you want to live your life.”

Palm Beach is perfectly positioned between the pristine estuaries of Tallebudgera and Currumbin creeks.

Perspective Nexus is Sherpa’s third Palm Beach instalment, following its beachfront sales sensation that wiped out Sherpa’s Perspective 488 stock in just three months, prompting the successive sell-out of its fast-tracked sister project, Perspective Two Sea. The two projects achieved a combined sales total in excess of $70 million.

Sherpa are simultaneously gearing up to migrate its ‘Perspective’ brand further north, lodging a DA for ‘Perspective Broadwater’ which will encompass a boutique collection of just six full-floor apartments overlooking the esplanade and waterfront of Biggera Waters.

Source: Mediahunt

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