‘Tis the season: Make millions for the price of a secret santa gift

first_imgIt comes with gold bullion and furniture. The beachfront apartment is the latest prize home listing.Mr Rankin has advised the future winner to look at listing the property.“If the winner was looking to sell I’d put it on the market during or just after Commonwealth Games as everyone on the way to the beach volleyball will be driving past it,” he said.“It will attract top dollar, I’d suggest in this market even more than what it is valued at currently.”The 192sq m three-bedroom, two-bathroom luxury apartment on the ninth floor of the Kirra Surf building showcases coastal chic and features panoramic views from Surfers Paradise to Coolangatta. The Kirra Surf apartment can also be rented out.“Tickets are just $5, less than the price of a secret santa gift, so it really could be the start of a fabulous new life in the New Year,” Mrs Bishop said. “Not only are people in the draw to win a life-changing prize home but supporting a wonderful cause at Christmas time with money raised going to help our returned veteran family.”It will be drawn on January 31, as the first draw of 2018. It came with $124,287 of furniture and appliances.“The Kirra market is red hot right now, and in fact anywhere from Burleigh south is incredibly strong,” said John Rankin of Armstrong Real Estate, who specialises in the Kirra area. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoThe RSL Art Union has launched another ticket draw of a nearby Kirra unit, valued at $2.4 million. This prize home at 302/1 Haig St, Kirra just sold for $2.35 million. Win then sell: the prize is a lucrative one.“Another option is to rent it out for fantastic returns as the apartments in that building are constantly booked out for top dollar,” Mr Rankin said.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom luxury beachfront apartment in Kirra Surf features ocean views, a spacious al fresco area, and comes with $93,376 worth of furniture and appliances, rates, water and body corporate paid for 12 months and $650,00 gold bullion.RSL Art Union General Manager Tracey Bishop said Kirra and the southern end of the Gold Coast are their most popular lottery locations. 902/2 Creek St, Kirra is the latest prize home up for grabs.A GOLD Coast property owner is a winner all over again, with the multimillion-dollar sale of their Kirra prize home. The $2.1 million three-bedroom, three-bathroom beachside entertainer’s apartment, won through the RSL Art Union Prize Home Lottery in May this year, has settled for $2.35 million, an increase of $350,000 on valuation. last_img

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