Palm Beach Heights

By Carol Birrell

Palm Beach Heights has reached a milestone. with the the first 14 settlements taking place yesterday afternoon, a further 3 scheduled for today.  This will continue with a steady flow through to the end of the year, so we have very proud owners of their new home sites.

 Many new homes will commence over the next couple of weeks, and the developer Beacons Builders are extremely pleased with the quality of the new lots that have been produced in Stage 1.

 After moving some 60,000 cubic meters of earth the developer’s forsight to achieve flat level blocks suiting a variety of lifestyles was to the astonishment of locals.

 Ray White Robina marketing agent Shaun Darcy stated the locals have been our biggest supporters, with 70% of sales being proportioned to them.

“They don’t want to change their postcode, they know how good it is to live here, and they just want a new home that will enhance the lifestyle they already have.”

 Set between the magnificent estuaries of Currumbin and Tallebudgera,Palm BeachHeightsis the closest new estate of its type to the pristine beaches of the Gold Coast for 30 years, so it is easy to see why it has been so popular.

 For further information contact Shaun Darcy 0427 742 863 or visit

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