Park Cove's final ever release comes after the successful sell-out of four previous stages. With only nine lots available all with marina berths, this is your chance to be part of an established community, neighbor over three hectares of parkland, and create a home perfectly designed for you.
With Park Cove Residences the fifth and final stage of Park Cove Hope Island, the Park Cove neighbourhood is already thriving with residences across various living options, including Waterfront Homes, Parkside Terraces, and a variety of Villas. Park Cove Hope Island is a community designed to make the most of its surroundings. Boulevard streets and walkways connect residents to the waterfront boardwalks, and the neighbouring three-plus hectare, Sickle Park provides beautiful green space with outdoor recreation and entertainment options.
To enable discovery of the boating paradise that is Hope Island and beyond, Park Cove Residences all come with a deep-water marina berth. With berths from 11-15 meters connected to power, water, and black water pump out, moor your luxury yacht, tinny, or jet-ski in your backyard. And with bridge-free ocean access, enjoy the glistening waters of the Gold Coast’s Broadwater and beyond.
The neighboring Sickle Park is currently undergoing a revitalization that will see the three-plus hectare space become more attractive and usable with pathways, landscaping, seating, and a new playground providing Park Cove Residents and the wider Hope Island community more outdoor recreation and entertainment options. Once complete, Sickle Park will link footpaths from Sickle Avenue Bridge through to Park Cove Boulevard. This new link will further connect Park Cove residents with the broader community while providing pedestrian access to the Hope Island Market Place, Hope Island’s health, dining, and convenience precinct.
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