Metricon project manager Dale Scotcher out the front of the former retail office.
Metricon project manager Dale Scotcher out the front of the former retail office.

Estate sales office demolished

THE end of an era has arrived for the Pointe Vue housing estate at Banora Point with the demolition of a four-year-old, on-site real estate sales office.

The sales office which has been on site since the development was launched four years ago has been torn down.

Metricon project manager Dale Scotcher said Pointe Vue had met the huge demand for large property lots at a time when land supply dwindled.

“The last four families to purchase in the development will join a select group of neighbours who have already made this tranquil environment their home,” he said

Raine and Horne Tweed Heads-Coolangatta senior consultant Lance Cotterill said Pointe Vue was a unique development in the region, offering purchasers spacious blocks of land at an affordable price.

“Pointe Vue has experienced a strong local buyers market, with the majority of purchasers from the Gold Coast and Tweed areas,” Mr Cotterill said.

“We have also seen buyers upsizing from their current home in the adjoining Flame Tree Park estate.

“With just four blocks of land remaining, I would urge potential purchasers to get in quickly.”



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