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Seaview Sections Now Available At Whisper Cove

7th January, 2008

Premium Seaview Sections Now Available At Whisper Cove

Whisper Cove, the exclusive waterfront development on the shores of Kawau Bay, 45 minutes north of Auckland, is now giving prospective buyers the opportunity to build their own home on their very own slice of paradise. A limited number of sections on the Knoll at Whisper Cove, many with uninterrupted panoramic views of the sea, islands and surrounding countryside, have now been made available.

Dinah Macky from Bayleys Real Estate says: ‘This purchase option at the Knoll allows buyers the freedom to build their own Whisper Cove home, according to their individual tastes but within the development’s style guide, while still having access to all the benefits and amenities that this luxury residential development has to offer.

‘These sections are beautifully elevated to enjoy the spectacular views that Whisper Cove has become so well known for and will appeal to anyone looking to build their next dream home.’

Land packages range from 600sqm to 792sqm with a starting price of $360,000.
Whisper Cove has been conceived by developer Lance Hodgkinson to be one of the most desirable waterfront retreats in Australasia.

Lance Hodgkinson commented: `We have worked closely with the architects at Swan Railley, our interior designers and landscape artists to promote this outstanding location. We have done our utmost to create one of the most prestigious beachfront enclaves in Australasia.’

Rick Eckersley, one of Australia’s most famous garden and landscape designers and Ray Lind, one of Auckland’s leading interior designers were commissioned by Lance Hodgkinson with a no-holds brief to make the most of the stunning location and reflect the beauty of the native character which New Zealand is so rightly famous for.

Notes to Editors:

Kalmar Projects has now completed the first 36 luxury homes at the popular beach resort. The outstanding Swan Railley designs feature a mixture of styles from villas to apartments and are notable in that all will have a sea view.

Lance Hodgkinson is one of the figures behind the much-lauded redevelopment of Melbourne’s iconic Chevron building and the Australia Post site in Crown Street, Darlinghurst. He recently completed construction of a seven-storey 31 strata office/retail building in Sydney’s Bondi Junction commercial precinct, along with numerous boutique style developments in East Sydney. In the last five years he has arranged close to $600 million finance for other real estate projects.


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