Brisbane developer Keylin has struck a chord in the market months after launching its latest boutique waterfront project at Hope Island. The $30 million Palladium project offers 39 luxury villas on a spectacular waterfront site at Hope Island — and has caught the attention of downsizers or those who are looking for low maintenance, waterfront lifestyles.

Keylin director Louis Cheung explains buyers had been drawn to Palladium because of its waterfront positioning and the value for money the villas provide. “The great thing about our villas is that they’re similar in size to a home, so you get the space and freedom of a house without the pricing. With villa living you also get the benefits of a low maintenance lifestyle, so you can really make the most of living in such a spectacular part of the Gold Coast,” Mr Cheung says.

Architecturally designed villas at the Palladium feature three-bedrooms, two-bathrooms and a powder room, each with large windows and stacking doors to create light-filled spaces which take full advantage of waterfront and golf course views. All 39 villas will have access to a waterfront boardwalk which connects to nearby cafes, restaurants and shops at the Hope Island Shopping Centre.

Located at 72 Palladium Boulevard Hope Island, all villas at Palladium feature double lock-up garages and range in size from 173 square metres to 225 square metres. Deepwater, secure marina berths range in size from 13 to 15 metres and provide access to power, water and come with direct ocean access. Each luxury villa will include a gourmet kitchen with reconstituted stone bench tops and Miele or Bosch stainless steel appliances with energy efficient gas hotplates. Remaining villas are priced from $579,000 to $925,000.

Keylin is a major contributor to transforming the local infrastructure, paying almost $4 million in council infrastructure charges, which includes approximately $1.6 million in upgrading Sickle Park adjacent to its communities, and assisting with improving connectivity with the creation of boardwalks fronting the canal precinct.

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