1101/110 Marine Parade CoolangattaMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“It is a relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of Brisbane.”The 142sq m unit has an open-plan design with the living area extending out onto a wraparound balcony. In the main bedroom, floor-to-ceiling windows let in natural light while the ensuite has a double marble vanity and spa bath. The Brisbane motel owners said Coolangatta was the place to invest because of its entertainment spots, beaches and cafes. 1101/110 Marine Parade CoolangattaThe couple said the property was so popular with holiday-makers that they couldn’t find the time to squeeze in for a getaway themselves. “We had to ask to use it because it was rented out all the time,” Mrs Prosser said. “Which was never a bad thing but we really love Coolangatta so when we could stay we always jumped at the opportunity. 1101/110 Marine Parade CoolangattaSIT back, relax and let the ocean views engulf you from the balcony or the bathtub in this modern unit located only a street from the beach.Owners Eric and Bev Prosser bought the three bedroom unit in Reflection Tower Two last year in August to use as an investment and weekender. 1101/110 Marine Parade Coolangatta“It is a family-orientated area and it is quiet compared to the Gold Coast,” she said. “That was one of the other reasons we wanted to get a place at Coolangatta.“We use to pay to stay around Coolangatta when we wanted to see a show at Twin Towns.“The apartment is really ideal for entertaining guests it has plenty of space to lounge around.”The owners, who are selling the unit fully furnished, said they had plans to reinvest in the area.Other building highlights include a pool, theatre and gym.