Qual­ity South­port apart­ments set to go un­der ham­mer

The de­vel­oper of a bou­tique res­i­den­tial project at South­port is set to auc­tion seven new apart­ments, in­clud­ing a rooftop pen­t­house, next month

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - AUCTION -

SOUTH­PORT de­vel­op­ment Madison on High was launched to the mar­ket earlier this year and fea­tures res­i­dences de­signed for owner oc­cu­piers.

The project, at 91 High St , has ex­pan­sive views of the Broad­wa­ter and the Gold Coast sky­line, and in­cludes 18 apart­ments rang­ing from 96 sqm to 109 sqm. Res­i­dent ameni­ties in­clude a rooftop en­ter­tain­ing area, full se­cu­rity and ded­i­cated stor­age spa­ces for res­i­dents on each floor.

Madison on High also fea­tures an in­no­va­tive car stack­ing sys­tems that offers some apart­ment own­ers the ca­pac­ity to se­curely store two cars in the ground floor car park. De­vel­oper Don Jury, who has been as­so­ci­ated with the in­dus­try for 30 years, plans to re­tain a num­ber of apart­ments in the project while plac­ing the re­main­ing seven on the mar­ket.

“I’ve got a lot of faith in the fu­ture of South­port, so I’m happy to hold on to the prop­er­ties for some time,” Mr Jury said. “We’ve de­signed the apart­ments es­pe­cially for the end user, so I can only see them go­ing up in value.”

Madison on High is mar­keted by Jack­son Par­adise and Travis Miller of Ray White Surfers Par­adise. The auc­tion will be at the Gold Coast Turf Club, Bun­dall, at 11am on Oc­to­ber 5.

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