Paradise Waters real estate represents waterfront living at its finest. This exclusive suburb encompasses a small area on the Nerang River between Surfers Paradise and Southport, which is west of Main Beach. Usually the first choice for society and business leaders, Paradise Waters real estate comprises of impressive mansions on large waterfront allotments, plus a handful or luxury apartment towers.

Originally part of Mackintosh Island, the estate was developed by the legendary Sir Bruce Small, later mayor of the Gold Coast, in partnership with the Hooker Rex company. Every housing lot in Paradise Waters has frontage to the main river or the canals branching off the two main streets, being Commodore Drive and Admiralty Drive. Most of the allotments are over 700m2, many with spectacular views across wide water affording an extra air of privacy and easy boating access to the ocean.

Paradise Waters real estate is truly elite and centrally located. Newer or grander homes in this exclusive suburb are known to sell for in excess of $10,000,000, although for real estate agents working in the area, discretion is naturally an important requirement so prices are not usually disclosed.

Large luxury apartments form the other sector of Paradise Waters real estate. The twin towers of Atlantis are particularly renowned for lavish facilities and a unique quality of life. Set on 7.5 acres of landscaped gardens, Atlantis offers its residents a private marina, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, gymnasium and top security, all within a residential-only setting. Other quality apartments in Paradise Waters include the Grand Mariner tower and the Kings Row complex.

All Paradise Waters real estate is conveniently close to the CBD of both Southport and Surfers Paradise, an easy walk to the beaches, parklands and chic dining and shopping at Main Beach, plus the new light rail service is at the entry to the suburb. While residents are within walking distance to an array of attractions, this is the area where Rolls Royce, Mercedes Benz, Bentley, Porsche and Ferrari are commonplace. And with a deepwater mooring at every back door, this is also where some of the Gold Coast’s largest and most luxurious ocean-going vessels are anchored.