Southport 204/30 'Lanikai' Brighton Parade
Two-bedroom Apartment Offers the Very Best in Riverside Living
Indulge in the very best of Gold Coast living with this superb apartment set within the sought-after Lanikai building. Lanikai has been expertly crafted with a sparkling pool, communal living areas and the picturesque James Overall Park located across the road.
This lower-level apartment is unique, with the new owners able to enjoy easy access to Lanikai's facilities as well as lush green views from the covered balcony. Tinted windows ensure comfort and privacy while also framing the picturesque outlook.
The layout is bright and modern with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan living space. The kitchen is also a great size with a suite of European appliances and a large island bench.
As you would expect, extra features abound including Crimsafe screens, ceiling fans and ducted air-conditioning. The unit is just 3-years-old and with low body corporate fees, this is the perfect apartment for downsizers, first-time buyers and investors alike.
This superb apartment is located right across from the river with gorgeous walking tracks. You can walk to cafes, bars and restaurants, while the tramline can take you into Surfers Paradise or to the Gold Coast Hospital. The Broadwater Parklands are also near-by as well as private and public schools and the Australia Fair Shopping Centre.
Extra impressive features:
Suite of European appliances Large island bench-top Banks of glass sliding doors bringing the outside in Ducted air conditioning Ceiling fans throughout Opposite James Overall park and river access Close to public and private schools including walking distance to TSS Australia Fair Shopping Centre and Light-rail Proximity to Broadwater park-lands and patrolled beaches Complex features: Pool and gym plus a large rooftop entertaining area for residents Low Body Corporate Fees approx. $115 per week
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Get to know Southport
Southport Originally known as Nerang Creek Heads, it was named Southport because it was the southernmost port of the colony of Queensland. Southport is recognised as the central business district of the City of Gold Coast. It has the city's largest area of office space at 103,818 m2.