Southport booming with couples and families choosing to move to the suburb

first_imgMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago40 Korong St, Southport.Mr Paradise said the purchasers, a couple from Nerang, were impressed with the architecturally-designed home.“It’s got clean lines and is very modern and it’s centrally located in the TSS (The Southport School) precinct which is a highly sought-after area.”“Korong St is also a very quiet street.” 40 Korong St, Southport changed hands for $1.75 million.A COUPLE from Nerang are moving to Southport after buying a modern two-level home for $1.75 million.Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise agent Jackson Paradise said the sale of 40 Korong St set a new record for a dry block in Southport.“The area is going through huge changes with more and more people, particularly families wanting to move to the area,” Mr Paradise said.“It’s centrally located to everything, has the shops, new development and the quality of schools here is some of the best on the Coast.”The median house price in Southport according to CoreLogic is $545,000. It’s down 0.9 per cent over the past three months but up 5.7 per cent over the past 12 months. 40 Korong St, Southport.The four-bedroom two-storey property features spacious indoor and outdoor living areas, an upstairs children’s retreat or study area and a large modern kitchen.The buyers also sold their home at 66 Tunbridge Drive, Nerang through Jackson Paradise.It fetched $970,000. “It was on the market for eight days,” Mr Paradise said.“It’s a very good result for the street and the buyer.”last_img

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