Buy a waterfront lot and get a pontoon worth $40,000
Pontoons worth $40,000 each are being offered to new buyers at Stockland’s Newport community on Brisbane’s northern bayside.
The opulent waterfront homes with their own pontoons ensure easy access to the family yacht.
The Quay Precinct features a selection of display homes for inspiration, including Saba Living by Bold’s five-bedroom Sorrento 523 design with five ensuites and two powder rooms.
To help buyers wanting to dock their boat close to their backyard, Stockland is offering a complimentary pontoon with any canal-front lot purchased until June 30.
David Laner, Queensland general manager for residential at Stockland, said the lavish homes on display in the Quay Precinct reflected the neighbourhood’s premium location and dream lifestyle.
“You really can live like a superstar at Newport’s Quay Precinct within the beautiful surrounds of a new 22ha lake, canals and parklands and within easy reach of future alfresco eateries and boutique shopping,” Mr Laner said.
“The three new waterfront homes on display by Bold, Metricon and McLachlan Homes have been attracting plenty of attention and make the most of their canal-front locations with amazing outdoor living areas to match the interior luxury.”
Brett Boulton, director at Bold Living, said the Sorrento 523 was the newest addition to the Saba Living by Bold range and the unique design was inspired by calm and soothing coastal living.
“The home is like no other and it is perfect for entertaining with its seamless integration between indoor and outdoor living, built-in barbecue, sunken firepit, deck and resort-style pool,” Mr Boulton said.
“Each bedroom has its own private ensuite and the grand mastersuite on the second level has his and her robes and an outdoor retreat – it’s a home for modern families or those who love to host visitors in style.
“With more than 523 square metres of living space across two levels, this home is really a haven and we are getting strong inquiries from those keen to make this the design of their new dream home.”
Mr Laner said Newport’s new lake would soon be open to the public for an array of water-based activities including stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking, in addition to future foreshore parks and endless walking and cycling paths.
“More than 600 residents are now calling Newport home and it is easy to see why with a focus on healthy and active living all year round, an attractive location, amazing lifestyle and excellent value for money,” he said.