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Cova – Gold Coast – 20 August 2017 – Cova’s $225 million masterplanned community on Hope Island developed by Frasers Property Australia has unveiled plans for a luxurious $1 million recreation club to be named Cova Boathouse.
The new recreation club will complement the existing lifestyle facilities at Cova by offering residents a private dining room, a multi-purpose room equipped with theatre equipment, work pod, relaxation pool, lounge deck and a barbeque area with outdoor seating.
The private dining room has been designed to host catered events and has the capacity to deliver freshly prepared meals from the fully appointed, modern residential-style kitchen.
The multi-purpose room, which includes sound-proofing, a large screen television and Wi-Fi connectivity, is ideal for movie nights or watching sporting events.
The latest addition to the waterfront community, which will be the second recreation centre at Cova, is projected to open to residents towards the end of 2018.
Residents at Cova have access to nine parks, two lakes, more than 5km of walking and cycle paths, and Club Cova which offers a 25m lap pool, gym, barbecue and kitchen facilities.
Cameron Leggatt, General Manager Residential Queensland for Frasers Property Australia, said the masterplanned community now offers the complete package for buyers seeking a unique waterfront lifestyle on the Gold Coast.
“Cova Boathouse will become a focal point for residents and their visitors, and a waterfront hub of activity,” Mr Leggatt said.
“The luxury recreation club will offer resort style facilities that will enhance the quality of lifestyle offered at Cova with a full suite of amenities.”
“Combined with the convenience of nearby shopping, dining, medical, childcare and golfing amenity, Cova presents a complete waterfront community with everything you need at the doorstep.”
Mr Leggatt said Cova Boathouse has been predominantly designed to suit the needs of residents within the community.
“A work pod has been incorporated into the design to support the number of residents now working from home. The office space component of the recreational club comes complete with Wi-Fi enabling the freedom to work off a personal laptop.”
Cova Boathouse will begin construction alongside the launch of Cova’s next release, Promenade, which will comprise 15 luxury waterfront villas and 24 terrace homes. Cova’s Waterfront Villas will be released to the market in October.
Once completed, Cova will offer an array of water-based activities with the existing 25m lap pool and new relaxation pool for residents out to enjoy the sunshine and sunbathe on the lounge deck, all whilst taking in the views of the Cova Marina.
There is also a café onsite, Cova Bean Cafe, for social get-togethers, and free health and fitness sessions held each weekday in Cova’s parks under the Live Life Get Active program.
Cova’s stunning freehold marina is located just 3.4 nautical miles from The Broadwater and is for the exclusive use of residents. Berths are still available for sale in the marina.
For more information on Cova, visit the sales office and display village on Cova Boulevard (just off Hope Island Road), open every day from 10am to 5pm, call 13 38 38 or visit www.covaliving.com.au.