Apartments in Maroochydore fetch high prices

May 4, 2018 by  

Accommodation within Maroochydore is attracting high prices, and there are several factors that may be responsible for this.

A Maroochydore apartment was purchased for almost $2m recently. CoreLogic data suggests that the price of the property was notable on the scale of the state. The buyer may have been tempted by the view or by the proximity of the building to water; on a fine day, it is possible to look beyond Old Woman Island to the ocean. Brochure printing can help to promote sales of property.

The unit in question features three bathrooms and three bedrooms. There is a balcony attached to the main bedroom. Situated on Duporth Avenue in Maroochydore, the property was bought for $1.25m back in 2007.

The spot is especially convenient for people who want to relax. They can walk to the beach or the cinema, or take a stroll in nearby Cotton Tree Park. Access to the Sunshine Plaza retail hub is straightforward, and eateries are nearby.

Property within the same building was purchased for $1.9m during the course of 2017. However, this unit was much larger than the one which has just changed hands, which is likely to have affected its valuation.

The Maroochydore apartment fetched a bigger price than a huge house in a Brisbane suburb. A property with six bedrooms in Yeerongpilly went for $1.85m recently.