Unit 16 Acacia is a two-bedroom apartment on the second level of the Acacia building. The kitchen comes with stone benches, dishwasher, water-line for fridge and gas cooking. The open plan kitchen-dining-living area leads onto the balcony – perfect for indoor-outdoor living.
The master bedroom and living area have reverse cycle air-conditioning and there is plenty of storage space in the apartment. There are also fans in each room. Two basement car parking space and storage cage are also included – this is a “walk-up” building with no lift.
The body corporate levies are approx $102 per week, which includes access to all facilities as well as the contribution to the Principal Body Corporate and building insurance. The apartment is leased at $450 per week to 10/11/2022.
As Sphere is located within walking distance to the Gold Coast University Hospital and the G-Link light rail, this is a very convenient place to live. It is only minutes drive to Harbour Town Shopping Village and our world class beaches.
The Sphere complex offers resort-style amenities, including a 25 meter lap pool, recreation pool, spa, saunas and a well-equipped gymnasium. Sphere has its own onsite management and the development is maintained to a very high standard.
Our state of the art facilities include:
- Gymnasium (no membership fees)
- Recreational pools
- Resident lounge
- Basement parking
- 25 metre lap pool
- Centralised mail centre
- BBQ pavilions
- Professional on-site manager
- Storage lock-ups
- Well maintained grounds
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What Others Say
What I love most is the facilities and the security. Everything is so well maintained, the pool is awesome, the gym is very modern and the apartments are secure.
Add in the convenience (I work at the hospital) and it’s not just an apartment but a lifestyle,”