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Capri Villas takes out top design awards: Now 50% sold

Market Insights
8 months ago
3 minutes

Gold Coast-based Monaco Property Group’s Capri Villas has swept the 6th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia), taking out top honours, including the Best Housing Development (Australia) award and Best Townhouse Development (Queensland).

Celebrating the best of the best in the Asia Pacific real estate sector of the past year, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Australia) recognises Australia’s finest developers and projects across 42 categories.

It is evident that discerning buyers have also recognised Capri as a premier development, with the collection now 50% sold.

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Capri presents a limited collection of luxury villas designed by renowned architects. Click here to learn more.

Architecturally designed by global practice Plus Architecture and local Gold Coast award-winning firm BDA Architecture, Capri presents a limited collection of 48 private, luxury villas set within a secure gated community on the Isle of Capri.

Monaco Property Group Director Jonathan Grasso says the architects have taken a highly considered masterplanning approach to delivering a project that residents can be proud of and the local community can embrace.

“The esteemed architectural and design accolade serves as a testament to Plus Architecture and BDA Architecture’s exceptional design of the villas and the masterplan as a whole,” Jonathan said.

“The masterplan design includes five unique villa designs, each with its own distinctive offering and individual aesthetic that responds to its location within the community.

“These luxury villas have been thoughtfully crafted with three or four bedrooms plus multi-purpose room, and feature architecturally designed indoor-outdoor living spaces to suit the discerning downsizer or modern family.”

The villas’ quality construction of concrete, block work, and suspended concrete slabs have been well received by the market and buyers alike.

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You can come home to breathtaking Gold Coast skyline views with Capri. Click here to learn more.

Highly revered landscape architecture firm LDG is also on the team. The Gold Coast-based company has designed a lush tropical oasis at the heart of the estate, further ensuring Capri as a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

“Central to the community is an exclusive coastal garden resort reserved for residents,” Jonathan said.

“Collaborating with Plus Architecture, LDG Landscape Architects infused artful landscaping into the recreation spaces, prioritising outdoor relaxation.

“This tranquil area features world-class amenities including a resort-style pool and sun deck, covered entertaining area and BBQ pavilion, residents’ lounge complete with built-in bar, fully equipped kitchen, TV, electric fireplace, and more.”

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Capri is centred by a stunning lawn terrace with a resort-style pool and covered entertaining area. Click here to learn more.

Located on a rare 1.2-hectare site, Capri is Isle of Capri’s first large-scale residential project in over 30 years. With strategic dual-street frontages onto Salerno and Elliott Streets, Capri fosters luxurious inner-city living that has been met with unprecedented demand as the masterplanned community is 50% sold, having garnered over $56 million in sales since it hit the market just four months ago.

“The Gold Coast has not seen a residential development of this calibre in such a prominent inner-city location in a very long time, which is why Capri is ticking the boxes for a huge range of buyers,” said NPA Projects Director Andrew Erwin.

“With a prime locale close by – Surfers Paradise, Bundall, and Broadbeach – it is hard to beat Capri’s top location right in the heart of the city yet tucked away in a quiet residential pocket, long revered as one of the most coveted addresses on the Gold Coast.”

Construction is due to begin in December 2023, with just 24 of the existing 48 villas remaining. Three-bedroom villas are priced from $2.19 million.

For more information or to enquire about Capri, click here.