Jewel set in the Kingscliff crown



A $28 MILLION boutique apartment project launched yesterday is set to become Kingscliff's premier beachside address.

Azura, featuring 22 luxury apartments and 1200 square metres of commercial and retail space, will transform the heart of the town.

The project is located on the corner of Marine Parade and Seaview Street - arguably the most high-profile development site in Kingscliff.

The prized development will sit opposite the Kingscliff Surf Life Saving Club and front the town's landmark, an historic fig tree which is one of the focal points of the seaside village.

The project will feature a range of contemporary one, two and three bedroom beachside apartments which will be fully air-conditioned apartments and provide expansive north-east-facing ocean views.

Apartments, ranging in size from 95 square metres to 267sqm, are priced from $400,000.

"Azura is set to become the jewel in Kingscliff's crown, and will redefine boutique beachside living in the Tweed Coast's most cosmopolitan village," says marketing agent John Penhaligon, Principal of Tweed Property Expo.

"We anticipate strong interest in this project because it really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure one of only a few apartments on what is undoubtedly the best address is Kingscliff.

"Residents will be able to enjoy the relaxed beachside environment and the amenities that have made Kingscliff one of the most sought-after seaside enclaves on the east coast of Australia."

The development's commercial and retail precinct is expected to further enhance the beachside alfresco dining and cafe precinct which has been a predominant feature of Kingscliff's transformation in recent years.



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