The final stage of the Seaside community near Casuarina.
The final stage of the Seaside community near Casuarina. Contributed

Last slice of beachside paradise on the market

ONE of the last beachside land holdings in the Casuarina-Kingscliff area is now on the market.

Over 57,000sqm of broad-hectare land in the Seaside community is now available as a result of Tweed Shire Council finalising the updated Development Control Plan for the residential centre.

Seaside is being marketed by Colliers International and Ray Real Estate, through an expression of interest campaign closing June 28.

The first ten residential land stages at Seaside, 162 lots, have sold out for nearly $45 million.

Ray Real Estate agent Bruce Williams said beachside land on the Tweed Coast is being hastily snapped up.

"Beachside land on the New Tweed Coast is highly sought-after, as developers are realising that there are very few, if any sites left in South-East Queensland and south to Byron Bay with direct beach access," he said.

"In the past year alone we have seen the likes of Villawood, Villaworld and Clarence Property all snap up large tracts of beachside or beachfront land in the area, and we are already seeing activity on those sites because the buyer demand has only continued to grow.

"This final site at Seaside is suited to a large developer looking to secure a 57,000sqm plus lot in one line, but it can also tick the boxes for smaller clients who want to get a foothold in this thriving area, with land parcels starting from just 1,012sqm."

Mr Williams said enquiries are flowing in from a range of local and interstate developers.

Seaside has an enviro-development rating from the Urban Development Institute of Australia for its sustainable development approach.



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