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Lifestyle investors have secured $10m in Noosa luxury

Lifestyle investors have secured $10million in luxury apartments at Viridian Noosa, in an eight-day sales rush.
Lifestyle investors have secured $10million in luxury apartments at Viridian Noosa, in an eight-day sales rush.

LIFESTYLE investors have secured $10 million in luxury apartments at Viridian Noosa, in an eight-day sales rush following the development's recent relaunch to the market.

Several purchasers - predominantly from south-east Queensland - have committed to purchase 21 apartments in the boutique Noosa Heads development, with developer clearance pricing and the resort's premium hilltop location overlooking Laguna Bay and a short walk to Hastings St and Main Beach proving to be major drawcards.

Viridian Noosa properties have now been reduced by up to 60% from their initial release prices, with one and two-bedroom apartments now priced from just $280,000 and $410,000 respectively, with a limited number of villas and penthouses available from $1,195,000.

The resort is being marketed by 360 Project Marketing, with sales manager Don Stallman confident that there will be more sales success over the coming weeks.

"We are thrilled - but not surprised - that there has been such a great response to the release of apartments in Viridian Noosa - which is one of the region's pre-eminent resort, recreation and corporate retreat destinations.

The reduced pricing now represents considerable value for a premium project such as Viridian Noosa and in many instances the apartments and villas are below replacement cost," he said.

"Most of the sales we have made recently have been to investors who are familiar with Viridian Noosa and are well aware of how unique the development is - in terms of its location, value for money, and the potential for solid growth and returns under management of the renowned Outrigger Hotels and Resorts, operating as Outrigger Little Hastings Resort and Spa.

"The majority of purchasers to date have indicated that they will place their property into the Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort and Spa letting pool and use it for themselves for up to 28 days per year, however some have indicated they will keep it as a lock and leave holiday home.

"We are now gearing up for a bumper summer holiday season with a near full house, and I would anticipate that some holiday bookings may even translate to sales - particularly from Sydney and Melbourne-based visitors looking for a blue chip investment in one of Queensland's most popular coastal destinations."

Viridian Noosa boasts a total of 199 apartments, villas and penthouses, and has been designed by multiple-award-winning Sunshine Coast architect John Mainwaring of JMA Architects Queensland.

The project itself has also been the recipient of a number of awards for design.

Mr Stallman said prospective purchasers and guests alike would be impressed by the quality and service on offer at Viridian Noosa, with all properties featuring top-shelf fittings and finishes and the resort boasting world-class facilities.

"Viridian Noosa offers a world-class experience from start to finish," he said.

"The location and views are supreme and literally can not be replicated, with prime coastal land for development becoming increasingly scarce in Noosa Heads.

"Buyers have been impressed by the ability to walk from the front door of their apartment down to Hastings St and Main Beach, or to access the trails of the Noosa National Park which adjoins the project.

"The resort also boasts a host of exclusive facilities - including a heated lagoon pool, lap pool and pool bar, a fully equipped gymnasium and steam room, Stephanie's Ocean Spa, View Restaurant and Bar, conference facilities, a theatrette and 24 hour reception service."

For more information about Viridian Noosa, please contact the Viridian Noosa Sales Display on 1800 671 682 or visit viridiannoosa.com.au for more information.

The Hastings St and on-site display are open seven days per week 10am - 5pm.

 

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