27 March 2018   

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The active, outdoor lifestyle synonymous with the Gold Coast is set to be perfectly encapsulated at one of the city’s newest communities, Foreshore Coomera.

The active, outdoor lifestyle synonymous with the Gold Coast is set to be perfectly encapsulated at one of the city’s newest communities, Foreshore Coomera.

 

Nestled close to the meandering Coomera River and just 26 kilometres from the Gold Coast CBD, the Stockland masterplanned community is already proving popular with both local and interstate buyers seeking a home surrounded by nature that’s close to shops, schools and cafés.

 

David Laner, Regional Manager at Stockland, said since its launch in early 2017, the 750 home Coomera community had attracted strong demand from buyers as far as Victoria who were drawn in by the affordability of land coupled with the region’s laidback waterside lifestyle.

 

“The Gold Coast’s northern growth corridor is fast becoming a haven for first home buyers through to upgraders and Coomera is positioned at the heart of it,” Mr Laner said.

 

“With lots at Foreshore Coomera starting from $240,900 and waterside lots available for under $460,000 buyers are discovering outstanding opportunities to either take their first steps on the property ladder or upgrade into stunning family homes with a view,” Mr Laner said.

 

“Buyers are increasingly prioritising a healthy and active lifestyle and the community offers easy access to the water, nature reserves and established shops and schools to ensure future residents have the best of both worlds.”

 

The community is located just a short drive from the Coomera Indoor Sports Centre which is a major venue for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

 

“Sports and an active lifestyle are at the core of Foreshore Coomera with more than half of the community dedicated to open space and conservation and additional planned amenities including bike and walking trails,” Mr Laner said.

 

“Works are already underway on the community’s first two parks, Central Park and the Foreshore Jetty Park, which are expected to be delivered at the end of the year just in time for the first residents to move in.”

 

Future residents will also benefit from the $470 million Westfield Coomera, which is expected to open later this year just two kilometres from the community. The new Coomera East Shopping Centre is already situated directly adjacent to the community.

 

Foreshore Coomera is located close to public transport including the nearby Coomera Train Station and a bus stop which is located 120 metres from the community entrance.

 

The community is also located to nearby sporting ovals, employment options, public and private schools, childcare facilities and tertiary education, health and retail services, Gold Coast theme parks and four renowned golf courses. 




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