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The team at Golding Contractors, which is undertaking Serenity 4212’s civil works, are responsible for creating a navigational lock-control water system to link Lake Serenity in the heart of the community to Saltwater Creek.

Serenity 4212 offers residents premium waterfront lots along the 18ha lake with almost 360-degree water views on offer.

The navigation lock can accommodate boats up to 15 metres long and 4 metres wide, with a draft of up to 1.5 metres.

Data collated by research Colleen Coyne revealed that Serenity 4212 will be the only community in the northern Gold Coast to offer residents access to a lock-controlled waterway.

Keylin director Louis Cheung said boaties will have direct ocean access from Lake Serenity to the broader Hope Island marine and leisure precinct, allowing residents to lead a great outdoor-oriented lifestyle, adding to the level of luxury on offer.

Tony Ashwin, Director of Ashwin Property who is marketing the project, said a quarter of inquiries have come from northern Gold Coasters who are well aware of the scarcity of waterfront land in this area.

“Buyers of Serenity are very keen to stake a claim on these properties – they know there’s nothing more after this,” said Mr Ashwin.

Residents of Serenity will also benefit from living on the banks of the internationally protected Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area which offers a diverse range of Australian flora and fauna including over a quarter of Australia’s birdlife species and migratory birds.

Prospective buyers, interested in exploring all the Serenity 4212 community has to offer, are able to get a true feel for the waterfront lifestyle on offer through personal on-site boat tours undertaken on-site by the Serenity sales team.