More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago1401/60 Marine Pde, Coolangatta.“They wanted to move to a maintenance-free lifestyle without sacrifice on space,” she said.“They saw Sanbano as a perfect place as it is a boutique building with 28 apartments and full floor apartments are as big as a house. 1401/60 Marine Pde, Coolangatta sold for $2.475 million.A GOLD Coast couple paid $2.475 million for a Coolangatta apartment — the highest price for a property on the Gold Coast this week. The three-bedroom stunner is on the 14th floor of the Sanbano building at 1401/60 Marine Pde. McGrath Projects agent Lucy Nagatani handled the sale and said the couple was downsizing from their nearby waterfront house. 1401/60 Marine Pde, Coolangatta.“They were also in love with the stunning ocean, Tweed River and Hinterland views.“They could even see whales from the balcony during one of their inspections.”The home has floor to ceiling windows that offer 360-degree views.
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