Clients taking in Views

SYDNEY-based property developer Pinnacle One Developments has unveiled the design concepts of its $5.5 million Twin Views beachside apartments at Coolangatta.

The company's design chief Garry Watson said yesterday the surrounding environment and panoramic views had influenced the design of the new landmark.

The three-storey, nine-unit building sits on a 1,100 square metre hilltop site in Ruttledge Street and boasts 360 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Gold Coast beaches, Tweed River entrance and Hinterland.

"Before I put my ideas on paper, it was my visiting the site on numerous occasions that gave me the inspiration for the designs," said Mr Watson yesterday.

"Situated on the hilltop, you get the best of both worlds, with breathtaking views of both the ocean and the hinterland. It's not until you see the site that you realise just how special it is."

Two of the nine apartments have sold already, worth in excess of $1 million.

Three Tweed real estate agents have been appointed to market the project.

Lance Cotterill principal of Raine and Horne Tweed Heads, Michelle Topper of Littler Real Estate Coolangatta and Winston Lamont of Ray White Coolangatta will jointly market the project.

Pinnacle One Developments purchased the prime site in July 2004 for a total of $1.25 million.

The project has three penthouses, located on the top floor. Apartments are priced from $495,000 to $795,000.

Pinnacle One Development managing director Niall Conlon said it was becoming harder to find quality properties located only minutes from the beach that boast views of the ocean and the hinterland.

His company is also building four luxury homes worth a total $3.25 million at Metricon's Pointe Vue precinct in Tweed Heads.

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