Launch of stage 2 of the Ocean Blue development - (L) developers Geoff Weston and Dario Pigozzo with Mayor Gerard O'Connell and John Bone from WIN Projects. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle
Launch of stage 2 of the Ocean Blue development - (L) developers Geoff Weston and Dario Pigozzo with Mayor Gerard O'Connell and John Bone from WIN Projects. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle Alistair Brightman

Next stage of Coast's 'finest residential address' released

TIPPED as the Fraser Coast's "finest residential address", the next stages of Ocean Blue Estate at Pialba have been released.

Placed between the beach and Hervey Bay's international standard golf course, Ocean Blue is positioned close to everything the city has to offer.

The latest release consists of six fully serviced lots with 20m frontages, designed to accommodate most builders' homes.

P3 Projects' developers Geoff Weston and Dario Pigozzo selected the site after searching across the east coast of Queensland.

Win Projects agent John Bone said the premium location of the land was its major selling point.

"It's the only sub-division of this size that's located this close to the beach and the Esplanade," he said.

"It ticks all the boxes for location, the quality of the previous developer's work and also Hervey Bay is a growth city."

Currently stage three and five are on offer, totalling 43 lots.

The take-up has been positive with 25 lots already under offer or under contract.

Mr Bone hoped work on stage six would begin early next year with another 34 lots released then.
 



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