Bargara boasts Saltwater units

THE highly-anticipated $15 million Saltwater luxury apartment complex in See Street is about to start development in Bargara, now that some final “tidying up” has been done.

Bundaberg Regional Council this week gave the final tick-off to some simple finalisations concerning popular Sydney-based real estate developer CABE’s newly-finished Dune development and Saltwater.

CABE general manager Mark Monk said that the minor approvals, to amalgamate two apartments and get an extension to a currency period, meant the company would continue their work in the region.

“This is our fifth project there,” Mr Monk said.

“We thought we’d start (Saltwater) towards the start of January, and it’ll take about 12 months to build.

“It’s good to have another project there (at Bargara).”

The finalisations have been in the works since first getting approval by Burnett Shire Council in 2003, and the chase of them proves the keenness with which CABE has pursued developments in the area.

Mr Monk said the Saltwater complex had already achieved record sales prices.

“We’ve sold seven of the 12 apartments, and two of those were record sales of $2.667 million for a penthouse apartment and another for $2.6 million,” he said.

The complex boasts direct access to Kellys Beach and features an exclusive collection of oversized three-bedroom beachfront apartments, set in tropical landscaping with an indulgent wet-edge swimming pool and sundeck.

It was designed by award-winning Queensland architects Peter Conley and Associates.

The building features huge decks to enjoy beach-views from every room, lavish bathrooms and a number of other opulent delights.



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