View our latest listings of properties for sale Paradise Point below or on RealEstate.com.au. Paradise Point is a quaint and quiet coastal suburb that exudes a relaxing “village-like” atmosphere with the conveniences of everyday living and entertainment. The suburb is home to the Sovereign Islands, home to some of Australia’s most expensive properties, luxury developments Ephraim Island and Salacia Waters.
Paradise Point and its neighbouring suburbs are unlike anywhere else on the Gold Coast. It is one of the unique places that offers a serene escape, with its hidden gems and beauties aimed to captivate anyone’s heart. Paradise Point is a quaint and quiet coastal suburb that exudes a relaxing “village-like” atmosphere with the conveniences of everyday living and entertainment.
The region is indeed paradise – protected by South Stradbroke Island with easy access to major waterways. Such characteristics make Paradise Point homes one of the best investments to take on for starting families, retirees or individuals looking for a quiet escape from their busy lives.
Properties in Paradise Point range from worn 70s beach style bungalows through to $45 million mega-mansions. People move for the lifestyle, and create the home of their dreams.
Sovereign Islands home hits the market with Alex Phillis Luxury Real Estate for $45 million. Image source.
The area is perfect for young professions and families looking for a balance of community living and trendy dining options, as well as investors looking for a stunning property to add to their portfolio.
Paradise Point is home to the Sovereign Islands, a gated community within the suburb. Located on the northern end of the Gold Coast, it is connected by a bridge to Paradise Point. The area is one of the most luxurious areas in the whole of Australia with homes ranging from $3 to $45 million dollars.
To the south you’ll find Ephraim Island, housing a set of luxury apartments and townhouses with resort style facilities. And at the northern tip rests Salacia Waters, another luxury development still in construction with a few hidden gems. You’ll find cafes and bars with the best views in the suburb here -Brewed Addictions and Brewed Brewery.
What Makes Paradise Point An Awesome Place to Call Home?
Paradise Point real estate is on the up turn and this 2019, a growth of as much 6% can be expected according to leading industry experts and real estate industry giants. Rental properties are on the same trend, with a growth of two to six percent plotted for 2019. With the huge influx of migration from Sydney and Melbourne to less commercialised suburbs such as Paradise Point, the demand for new homes may soon outstrip the current supply.
Over the past 12 months, a 10.3% increase in Paradise Point homes prices has been observed according to Price Finder.
Paradise Point properties sold on average for $967,000 in the past 12 months, 99% higher than the National Average of $485,000.
Recent improvements in roads and infrastructure surrounding Paradise Point, award winning cafes, restaurants and great access to leading schools makes investing in Paradise Point a no brainer.
Paradise Point Parklands and family playgrounds. Image source
Population: 6536 Female 47.8%, Male 52.2% Median age 50 Families 1937
Median sales price – $967,000 Median Price Change – 13.76% Median Rent – $623 Properties sold in past 12 months: 141 Average days on the market: 82 Source: https://www.propertyvalue.com.au/suburb/paradise-point-4216-qld
Schools – Government Coombabah Primary School Coombabah State High School
Private St Francis Xavier Primary School AB Paterson St Hildas TSS
Cafes/Bars/Restaurants Millie Weirs Fish & Chippery Blue Olive Baskin Robbins Brewed Addictions Brewed Brewery Bridges Cafe Savannah Mano’s Italian Panda Palace Chinese Restaurant Curry Muncher Indian Cross & Feather Hungrill Monsoon Buoy Oh Buoy Paradise Point Bowls Club Cafe 7 Bare Food
Nearby Suburbs Runaway Bay Biggera Waters Hollywell Hope Island
Top Things To Do in Paradise Point
Parklands and Outdoor Fun Music events are regularly hosted at the park areas on Sundays. Playgrounds and recreational amenities are available for free to the public, and include enclosed swimming areas, beach volleyball courts, BBQ areas, walking tracks, benches and lookout areas.
A Friendly and Relaxing Stroll in the Village The blocks surrounding The Esplanade and Grice Avenue are filled with boutiques, cafes, bakeries, bars, homeware stores, florists and beauty salons, as well as essential services like GPs, chemists, pathology clinics and a convenience store.
Nature Adventures Boat ramps, jet ski hire and areas for water activities are available in the area. A dog off leash area in Boat Harbour Park is a perfect location where you can bond with the whole family while enjoying a picnic by the outdoors. Cycling areas and tracks for walking and jogging surrounds the park areas. Head across to Jabiru Island, between Paradise Point and Hope Island, for a picturesque timber walking track above the waterways.
Kilometres of walking tracks in Paradise Point. Image source
Looking towards Sovereign Islands from Paradise Point Parklands. Image Source