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

Baby boomers find a million reasons to keep family together

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.

Read the full story at the Sunshine Coast Daily


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