Art of Homes are the builder you need for your Palm Beach home, with a picture perfect range of homes and a simple process, as well as being local builders with knowledge of the area, you will see why so many people are choosing Art of Homes as their Palm Beach home builder.
With a new home construction on the Gold Coast, Logan, Jimboomba, Springfield, Tweed Coast, Northern NSW, and surrounding areas, we can create the ideal lifestyle for your family.
In the 1870s, the area was used for farming and grazing, although the settlement was centred on more inland agricultural areas and Southport. The South Coast Railway first ran in 1889, but it wasn’t until 1922 that a station was built in Palm Beach, which was then known as Elanora. The location of the stop was where Palm Beach Avenue and the Pacific Highway now meet. Around the same time, a local landowner sold the majority of Elanora to a developer, Brisbane’s Palm Beach Company Ltd, and subdivided allotments on partly cleared heathland and bush were put up for sale. Palm Beach was the name of the subdivision in 1923.
Palm Beach is located on the Gold Coast’s southern end, just 10 minutes north of the New South Wales border. The Gold Coast Highway runs down the front of Palm Beach while the Pacific Motorway runs immediately behind the area. It’s around a half-hour journey from Surfers Paradise and a little over an hour and 15 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD. The Gold Coast hinterland regions of Springbrook, Binnaburra, and Lamington National Park, as well as the ever-popular Byron Bay, are all within an hour’s drive. Palm Beach is only 12.5 kilometres from the Gold Coast Airport, making it suitable for frequent flyers.
People of all ages, visitors or residents, can enjoy almost everything in Palm Beach. There is literally something to do for everyone! Visit, dine and shop at the Palm Beach Farmers’ Market every Saturday, bring the entire family to the Palm Beach Parklands for a day of BBQ and play at the Pirate playground or play off-leash with your dogs in the ‘dogs only’ park. If you’re up for a wildlife adventure, visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and the David Fleay Wildlife Park.
When your lifestyle is built for the outdoors, adventure, and a chill vibe, make Palm Beach your destination to create that picture-perfect home for you and your family with Art of Homes.
Walking along the Palm Beach beachfront, you may spot some of the iconic old type beach shacks that have maintained their retro charm, which I believe highlights why so many people adore the region. Palm Beach has a small-town feel to it and is largely residential, with the occasional holiday rental offering close to the beach. The area’s inland waterways also provide a terrific lifestyle for local inhabitants who want to enjoy waterfront living and all it has to offer.
Life in Palm Beach is inextricably linked to the water, with Tallebuddgera Creek to the north, Currumbin Creek to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the east, and canals running through the suburb. For years, enormous canal-front homes were the most desired Palm Beach residences, but the suburb is now entering a new age. First homeowners are flocking to Palm Beach as the next generation of downsizers seeks low-maintenance living near the beach. If you living a life by the beach with a margarita or two in hand, Palm Beach is the perfect location for your custom home build.
According to the survey, Palm Beach is the most affordable for capital growth in the state. In comparison to the rest of Queensland, Palm Beach has had a relatively successful year for property investment returns, with investors seeing an 18.40 percent capital gain to date. The median unit price in the coastal enclave has increased by 20.2 percent in the last year and more than 52 percent in the last five years, to $471,758. Before investing in Palm Beach property, one must be aware that houses in Palm Beach are rented out for $800 per week with a 2.8 per cent annual rental return and condos rent for $545 per week with a 3.5 per cent annual rental yield. Palm Beach has witnessed a compound growth rate of 15.5 per cent for homes and 12.6 per cent for units during the last five years. Probably a lot of numbers to take in, right? To make it short, investing in a home build in Palm Beach may be one of your greatest investments, yet!
Palm Beach is known for its large, sandy, and magnificent beach, which attracts both surfers and sunbathers. There are a variety of dining alternatives here, including the Palm Beach Surf Club, which is a must-visit. Palm Beach in Australia has been named Queensland’s cleanest beach three times, which just proves that Palm Beach is worth the trip!
Living in North Palm Beach is one of the nicest places on the Gold Coast, thanks to a massive sand dune that protects it from erosion. It’s also fairly safe because there are no pubs within 2 kilometres and the residents are mostly families. Tallebudgera Beach is patrolled all year, and Tallebudgera Creek is a great place for families to go.
Currumbin Creek is a popular heirtage site in Palm Beach. Robert Dixon surveyed the creek north of what would become the New South Wales border in 1839, and named it Anson Creek at the time. According to conflicting reports, the name was chosen to honor either Sir John Anson, the former First Lord of the Admiralty, or Sir George Anson, a British military commander, statesman, and personal secretary to Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband. Currumbin is a Yugambeh language word that can be translated as “quicksand,” “kangaroo,” or “location of tall trees,” among other things.