31 Broadbeach is a sensational addition to this peaceful stretch of coastline. Rising 20 floors this luxury beachfront development offers unparalleled views of the pristine sandy beach, city centre and Gold Coast hinterland. These unique residences complement the gentle nature of the area and are designed to immerse you in the beauty of the landscape, giving you a sense of sanctuary that is second to none.
In an elevated ground floor position, this exclusive, stunning three bedroom Beach House residence perfectly combines elegance and exclusivity. Relax into integrated indoor/outdoor living, complemented by your own private pool and privileged street access to the beach from your exclusive use 118m2 courtyard.
Residents can also enjoy the rooftop pool and entertainment area on level 19, complete with BBQ and lounge areas.
The design of the building reflects a sophisticated approach to beachside architecture, where daily rituals are considered and quietly celebrated. The colours and textures that run throughout the residences are warm and welcoming with extensive use of organic tones reflecting the surrounding area. Attention to detail is considered throughout the development and filters down to the simple elegance of the interiors with carefully selected finishes.
Situated in a picturesque neighbourhood surrounded by a multitude of vibrant amenities, 31 Broadbeach brings the best of the Gold Coast to your doorstep. Within walking distance from the residences are an array of five star restaurants, gourmet delis and the famed Star Casino boasting a selection of bars, lounges and restaurants. The iconic Pacific Fair Shopping Centre is only a stone’s throw away bringing you the best retail stores from around the globe. However you like to unwind, you will be sure to find something that suits you at 31 Broadbeach.
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