Zeally One hands over the keys

December 24, 2020 BY

The recently-completed Zeally One project at 1 Zeally Bay Road is residential living of unprecedented architectural quality and refinement. Photo: ROSENEATH CREATIVE. INSET: McCartney Real Estate director Tim Carson says many purchasers have had a windfall since the project was originally launched in 2017.

The much-awaited completion of the premium Zeally One development in the heart of Torquay has just been completed, with the keys to the one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, and ground floor office suites being handed over to the owners.

Zeally One at 1 Zeally Bay Road is residential living of unprecedented architectural quality and refinement.

Built by Spence Constructions, the project boasts natural materials and a high level of craftsmanship with the design aesthetic inspired by both local surroundings and Australian Surf Coast heritage.

Secluded from the main thoroughfares, but only meters from the bay, Zeally One offers new owners the perfect balance of privacy and destination.

Many purchasers have also had a windfall when the project was originally launched in 2017, according to McCartney Real Estate’s Tim Carson.

“Buyers that signed contracts back in 2017 have seen some terrific growth before taking possession,” Mr Carson said.

“Back then, the generous one-bedroom dwellings started at $425,000 with the two bedders starting at $625,000 and three-bedroom at $1,075,000.

“The end result is fantastic; Spence Construction and the developer have created an exemplary product.

“The ground floor offices suites have been subdivided meaning that the offices are on one title and the apartments on another which has worked out great for the investors.”

Spence Construction project manager David Love said the Zeally One project was a great team effort by everyone.

“We are proud of the level of finish achieved by the trades involved, a lot of time and energy went into getting the architectural detail right, and it shows with the feature timber façade,” Mr Love said.

“I also want to acknowledge the great efforts of both local Site Foreman Luke O’Brien and the Surf Coast Shire council.

“Luke has done an outstanding job managing all the works onsite and setting the high expectations the building deserved.

“The team at the Surf Coast Council also did a fantastic job, working collaboratively with the developer, within tight timelines, to facilitate design amendments and permits to keep up with our construction progress.”

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