“At Avant Townhomes, we set out to design and build better, more advanced, beautiful and luxurious homes that make efficient use of energy, space and land.”
Max Shifman, COO Intrapac Property.
Avant Townhomes a subsidiary of Intrapac Property, and the developer of Aureus, have launched a range of beachfront Townhomes at Skennars Head.
Developed in response to a market need for smarter, smaller and more energy efficient dwellings, the architect designed Avant beachhomes at Aureus will be purpose built for the unique environment of the northern rivers. The considered, flexible designs allow warm sunlight & provide cool shade to catch gentle breezes and shelter from robust winds, embrace sweeping views and nurture intimate privacy.
Creating the perfect environment for indoor outdoor living, the first release of homes include private roof decks, landscaped terrace gardens, and generous balconies to maximise the sensational coastal climate. These essential building features, establish a restrained, elegant architectural style and maintain a rich Australian design lineage in which the practical, is also beautiful.
Avant Townhomes are offered as a simple, single contract requiring only a 10% deposit with the balance of the price payable when the home is ready to move into. The price includes land, building design and construction, landscaping, and numerous quality specification items including a sophisticated package of sustainability initiatives including recycled water (3rd pipe), energy saving downlights, Low E glazed windows and solar panel system, all intended to achieve better quality living standards and considerable ongoing savings for the homeowner
The first releases of Avant Townhomes offer a selection of two, three & four bedroom beachhomes.
Go to Avant Townhomes to find out more about the homes currently on offer or explore more about the vision for the Aureus development within this website.
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