Beautiful homes currently for sale in the ecovillage in the Currumbin Valley, Queensland Australia include these below. There are a total of 140 homes across the large 272 acre multi-award winning estate. The village features a lovely Community Centre with a two halls, Bali huts and a beautiful large pool. It also has a Cafe and health practitioners at the entrance on Village Way.
2 Creek Way
This 4 bedroom home oozes lifestyle and convenience, all within minutes of beaches, waterfalls and local markets and sought after schools. It resides on a flat, and fertile 870m2 parcel of land. Built using sustainable building materials the house features a stunning kitchen with quality appliances, slate thermal mass walls, solar and water tanks… more
8 Kooyan Close – Sold October 2019
This property features 5 traditionally designed Yurts cleverly inter-connected by outdoor walkways and verandahs, and overlooking amazing views over the surrounding hills and adjoining farmland. Each Yurt is unique, however every pavilion uses recycled timber, with high ceilings and character rich French doors. More.
13 Coolamon View – Sold May 2019 for over $1.1M
Located in a peaceful & private position within the prestigious, award winning Currumbin Ecovillage, you’ll find this thoughtfully designed and immaculately presented residence – the pinnacle of contemporary sustainable living. More
3 Mango Lane – Sold April 2019
This character rich split level home offers modern sustainable living in a tranquil environment. Features include polished timber flooring, high ceilings, 2 large bedrooms, the master with ensuite; sleek & spacious kitchen with walk in pantry, good sized home office, loft, compact laundry, generous living and dining with bi-folds opening out onto a wide timber deck. 2br. 2bath. More
1 Five Springs Lane – Sold
Immaculate Private Eco-Luxe Retreat. Located in a peaceful and private position, with no through traffic and stunning scenic views down to the quietly trickling creek, this award winning 2 level home offers luxurious sustainable living at its finest. MBA award winning home. 1,220m2 private block with raised vegetable gardens, orchard, extensive native plantings. More
2 Kaira Lane – Sold
Super Cute Modern Eco Cottage: This character filled residence, with its creative layout, sun drenched decks and shady verandahs, is perfect for one or two people, offering modern sustainable living amidst a tranquil and private Garden of Eden, and only a short walk away from the hip new Pasture & Co cafe and the world class Ecovillage Community facilities. More.
3 Wongaree Way – Sold
Surrounded by the bubbling creek walks and trails, ferns forests and towering Ironbarks, this gorgeous 3,000m2 block property exudes feelings of privacy and serenity. The site features a mix of level and sloping areas and a large building envelope, so the options are endless to design a stunning home in the forest. More.
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Overview and Codes
The ecovillage is a peaceful, tranquil haven only 7 minutes from Currumbin Beach, 18 minutes to the Gold Coast Airport and 35 minutes to Surfers Paradise. There residents will tell you “there is no other place like it on earth!”
The Codes help to ensure only sustainable homes are built and that the homes are comfortable almost all year round, and without high energy bills:
A summary of the Building codes in a Guide, is available for download here.
A summary of annual Body Corporate and local Government Council rates is here.
The ecovillage contains 147 blocks of land ranging from 450sqm to 8,000sqm. The original development lots are now all sold out. You may find some limited land parcels of land (about 3) and some fully completed homes available for sale, from time to time.
Important note to Real Estate Agents & prospective Buyers and Renters
A small number of homes in Stage 1 (Creek) and Stage 2 (Valley Terraces) have by-law limits on the number of bedrooms they can contain. This control was negotiated with Council before development started, to limit the number of people and size of dwellings in the village, and to provide a mix of more affordable lots. It also ensures we do not have too many people using the central waste water treatment plant which was designed for a specific capacity (only). The Lots that are restricted to having a maximum of one or two bedrooms only, cost less to purchase initially when sold to their first buyer. Such Lots also pay lower rates for the body corporate levies, compared to other home Lots. Owners of a “1 bedroom” (maximum) Lots only pay levies at a contribution schedule rate of 80; compared to 90 for a “2 bedroom” (maximum) Lot; and compared to 100 for Lots with 3+ bedroom entitlements (all other Lots).
The LOT NUMBERS that have limited bedroom allowances are:
1 Bedroom Maximum Lots: 101, 104, 111, 118, 140, 204, 214, 232, 238, 243, 249.
2 Bedroom Maximum Lots: 102, 103, 105, 113, 121, 126, 137, 209, 219, 223, 228, 236, 240, 244, 248, 256.
All other Lots are classed as open Lots with 3 or more bedrooms permitted, within the GFA maximums stipulated in the Code. This includes all Highlands Lots, which start with the number three (301 to 338) and are not impacted by such bedroom-related Code restrictions, as well as all Creek and Valley Terrace lot numbers other than those listed above as having limited bedroom allowances.
The Ecovillage by-laws include the Community Management Statement (CMS) and Architectural and Landscaping Codes. Inside the Creek and Valley CMS the code states: “If Your Lot is a residential Lot, You must cause Your Lot to be used principally for the construction and associated usage of a home. In no event shall a Residence be occupied by more individuals or have more bedrooms than permitted by the Code or the Law.” The restricted homes can still have a Study or small office space, but not a bedroom beyond their entitlement. The Lot Evaluations (available from Agents) show other restrictions, such as the building envelope, per Lot. The Village Design Panel assesses all design applications and amendments before Council certifiers assess home designs.
Agents that promote restricted lots as having or being able to have more bedrooms than allowable by the code are reminded that they may be subject to legal action by a new buyer or renter, if they misled people about the number of permitted bedrooms of any of the restricted Lots. Owners are also reminded that the relevant Body Corporate may breach owners for any Code non-compliance.
Disclaimer: readers are advised to confirm the above information with the relevant parties before relying on it. This website may not be up to date or accurate as it is just an interpretation of the information provided to us. We make no guarantees about its accuracy or any advice given.