Ever Wondered About Living in Sunrise at 1770? Sunrise at 1770 is a community that many locals may want to know more about. How much does it cost to live in Sunrise? What facilities does the community provide? What are the environmental and sustainability programs all about?
Sunrise at 1770 was the creation of developer Michael Myer and was completed in 2005. Awarded Best Sustainable development in Australia and Queensland, Sunrise is Australia’s leading environmentally sustainable community.
Surrounded on all sides by conservation reserves, Sunrise at 1770 is immersed in 620 hectares of pristine forestry, wetlands and beaches, it is a true paradise retreat.
Two ocean side clubs form the epicentre of ‘Sunrise’s’ social gathering. Residents can take advantage of three swimming pools, four tennis courts, a half basketball court, children’s playground, beach volley ball court, eight BBQ cabanas plus a surf viewing tower and surfboard storage areas.
Seven beach access points, take you along 4km of coastline featuring six beaches from Springs Beach to Red Rock Headland.
Emphasis is on low density and impact housing, water management initiatives, natural light, leading waste management, protecting ecosystems, maximising community interactions, and shared open spaces.
All homes have 48000 litres of tank water, all water is reclaimed and recycled with secondary sources of water being from a recycled treatment plant in the community. Homes have 1.3 KVA of solar feeding back to the grid.
Protection of flora and fauna forms the foundation of the estate. Plants must be endemic to the area so Sunrise has its own botanist, plant nursery and seed bank, all sourced within the estate.
No domestic pets and a dark sky policy ensure protection of wildlife and turtles along the coast. Local Sunrise residents Kelly and Simo run a turtle monitoring program.
The ‘Red Rock Trail’ and new ‘Paperbark Forest Walk’ were created by Sunrise for the benefit wider community and visitors to the area.
The community offers a selection of land from 1500sqm to over 4000sqm.
Parkland, ocean view, and beach front allotments are available. Prices surprisingly start at only $210,000. Homes start at $685,000.
The very low body corporate and rates costs will surprise you. The magnificence of the estate will astound you. The beauty will inspire you.
If you would like to know more about Sunrise at 1770 call Gordon Christian of PRD Agnes Water on 0417 206 500 or email Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org for a tour and see what the estate is all about.
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