Thursday, August 24, 2023


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Reach New Heights At Airlie Summit

Nothing beats the feeling of inviting friends and family to a home that you’re proud of, and that is exactly what you will experience living on the elevated enclave of Airlie Summit. With stunning panoramic views of the crystal clear cerulean blue seas to the front, each plot of land is also sheltered by the lush natural wonderland of the Conway National Park behind. There is there literally nowhere else in the world quite like it.

Consisting of only 89 residential blocks ranging from 606 to over 1,938 square metres, this 24-hectare parcel of land is the highest zoned site in Airlie Beach and the last remaining master planned estate. Each gently sloping site is builder friendly and ready for your architectural vision to be manifested.  

With a diverse range of plot size and aspect to choose from, there are broad and varied options to suit the most discerning taste. Regularly commanding $1 million, but ranging to a modest $450,000, these unique parcels of land are proving popular with those seeking the ultimate elevated lifestyle.

Their builder-friendly gradient is an architect’s dream, offering unending potential to the most bespoke designs that will truly make your heart sing. The gently sloping sites provide an opportunity for higher ceilings and a feeling of more space, air, and light.

While Airlie Summit boasts elevated and tranquil surrounds, it is also a short distance to Airlie Beach town centre and ideally placed as gateway to the Whitsunday Islands.

Exclusive Selling Agent for Airlie Summit, Steve Marks Principal of Explore Property Whitsundays, said these bespoke land plots are selling fast and offer a unique opportunity.

“This will be the last ever residential development in Airlie Beach and the last approved

major subdivision,” he explains.

"Bordering the Conway National Park to the south, this will be the last ever major land elevated subdivision in Airlie Beach, opportunities to buy a block and build your dream home will soon no longer be an option.”

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