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Property Management Runaway Bay  (4216)

Pure Rentals Property Management Runaway Bay is a specialist in property management and is looking for more Investment Properties in Runaway Bay and surrounding suburbs.

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Runaway Bay – Suburb Profile

Runaway Bay, a Gold Coast suburb consisting mainly of canal estates, is seven km north of Southport. Its most southerly part, Anglers Paradise, was an outer area of Labrador, overlooking the mouth of the Biggera Creek. Between Anglers Paradise and Hollywell the landscape was tidal wetland which was acquired in 1967 for development as canal estates.

The suburb is based around some of the best canal development on the Gold Coast and is one of the few areas to boast bridge-free access to the fabulous Broadwater.

Only minutes by boat to the Gold Coast seaway, the area’s excellent boating facilities include a number of public boat ramps in addition to its own wet and dry storage marina.

The area has a great diversity of real estate catering to the first home buyer through to the million dollar investor, with product ranging from duplexes and villas through to high-rise apartments and large canal front homes.

The trend in recent times in both dry and direct access waterfront areas has been the purchase and demolition of the older style homes to be replaced by modern homes making the most of the coastal lifestyle. With vacant land in the area all but gone, it is not surprising that the few blocks remaining are selling at a premium.

First class shopping and educational facilities in the area are attracting families from around Queensland and interstate. Harbour Town’s 130 stores are appealing to the budget conscious while Oxley Drive is developing a reputation as an Al Fresco dining precinct with a number of quality restaurants.

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