Baby boomers find a million reasons to keep family together

Unit 23 Las Rias Resort in Quamby Place Noosa
Unit 23 Las Rias Resort in Quamby Place Noosa Craig Warhurst

AN EMERGING market of baby boomers wanting to secure a magnet to draw their families together was driving demand for prestige properties in Noosa.

Luke Chen with Offermann Real Estate principal Tom Offermann recently sold a three-bedroom, three bathroom waterfront unit in Quamby Place to Brisbane buyers for $4 million.

The price was around expectation and close to the benchmark for the street, another unit which sold for more than $4 million.

Hastings Street beach front unit sell for around $7 million.

Mr Chen said wealthy boomers were looking to create magnets to spend time with their children, grand children and extended families.

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