1674-1676 Coolum Esplanade, First BayView
My Weekly Preview - Following the success of its first luxury development Drift by Mosaic in Coolum, which sold out in record time and due for completion this year, Mosaic Property Group unveiled its second, highly-anticipated beachfront release, First Bay by Mosaic, which has seen over 680 enquiries and a waitlist of buyers generated in just eight weeks.
Taking its name from the iconic bay it overlooks, First Bay by Mosaic comprises 38 luxury apartments and penthouses across two architecturally distinct buildings.
The exclusive ocean-front Masterpiece building captures the essence of coastal luxury, showcasing opulent design and the finest materials including stone benchtops, artisan finishes and engineered oak timber flooring. The limited collection of 11, 3-bedroom residences start from $1,157,000, crowned with one Masterpiece Penthouse providing over 300sqm of combined living space.
First Bay’s Marquee building includes 26, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses, designed to optimise priceless views, starting from $615,000. Highlights include expansive living spaces, large double-glazed windows and doors, elevated ceilings and first-class appliances.
Private resident amenity includes a beach entry with shower, surfboard and bike storage and resort-style pool and entertaining area. Over 600sqm of native landscaping preserves the natural sense of place.
Mosaic Founder and Managing Director Brook Monahan said it was imperative that First Bay’s design reflected the rare nature of the location, remaining sympathetic to the landscape, and catering to demand for premium living options.
“Drift by Mosaic kick-started a luxury revolution for Coolum, selling out in a record three months largely to local owner-occupiers.”
“We received overwhelming feedback that the style and quality were exactly what the market was looking for; an effortless lifestyle close to a range of amenity and Coolum’s pristine natural surrounds, without compromising on space, comfort and luxury.”
“First Bay raises the bar again – a stand-out collection of apartments that embrace Coolum’s appealing atmosphere, where every detail has been meticulously planned.”
“First Bay is so exclusive that enquiry exceeded expectations with several buyers who missed out on Drift eager to be among the lucky few to secure a home here.”
First Bay by Mosaic is the company’s fifth multi-residential project for the Sunshine Coast and follows the late 2018 release of UDIA award-winning Avalon in Maroochydore.
“We have worked very closely with the Coolum community to create two benchmark developments that positively contribute to its unique character, building on the great lifestyle attributes it already provides.”
For more information or to register your interest, visit firstbaybymosaic.com.au, call 07 5329 7920, or visit Mosaic Property Group’s Sunshine Coast showroom at 50 Duporth Avenue Maroochydore.
Source: My Weekly Preview
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