A new upmarket residential offering overlooking Snapper Rocks is striking a chord with buyers looking for barefoot luxe with a laid-back lifestyle catering to beachgoers and particularly surfers.

The $74 million Flow Residences offers a range of surf-inspired amenities including surfboard storage rooms, a surf cart preparation room, foot washes at entries and outdoor hot water showers that will cater to surfing enthusiasts. The precinct overlooks Snapper Rocks which is one of the world’s most well-known surfing breaks and offers views of the entire Gold Coast stretch making the location a beachfront bliss.

Brisbane surfer Paul Gedoun has more than 20 years experience in the construction and development industry and looks to share his dream of living in a luxury home on the beach with like-minded people. “We’ve gone out of our way to create the ultimate luxurious beach pad without sacrificing the culture that makes Snapper Rocks what it is,” he said. With only one half-floor Oceanic Residence remaining it spans 241sqm including a 56sqm outdoor terrace. Offering three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a double car space this last living space is priced at $3.2 million.

Recently approved by the Gold Coast Council, the building will arise to 13 levels offering a full-level Residents beach club on the ground floor, featuring a recreation deck, private dining and function spaces, a gym and an expansive outdoor heated pool. Jayde Pezet, the sales and marketing director of KM Sales and Marketing, said she believed Flow represented the best boutique, beachfront project currently on the market in Australia.

“Nothing has been left to chance. Flow is a project that offers elegant, luxury living that connects beautifully with its natural surrounds, offering a sweeping view of the Gold Coast. The sales campaign for Flow has been the strongest I have seen in more than a decade on the Gold Coast,” she said. Award-winning Cottee Parker Architect who planned Flow Residences, designed the building to ensure buyers and their families would enjoy a carefree beachfront lifestyle.

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