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first_imgA family initially from interstate but living in Vietnam bought the house at 103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri. Sydney buyers bought this Tallebudgera Valley home at 756 Trees Rd as a weekend escape.LJ Hooker Mudgeeraba agent John Fischer said they already had a property at Palm Beach but were looking for a more private retreat in the mountains. “They’ve decided to buy it as a weekender,” he said.The four-bedroom home with self-contained cottage had also been on the market for some time under various agents.Another Isle of Capri property on Amalfi Drive sold to a family who initially hailed from interstate but were living in Vietnam.Marketing agent Eddie Wardale, of Kollosche Prestige Agents, said they planned to move to the Gold Coast for their children’s schooling.The $2.15 million purchase was cemented earlier this month following a 60-day settlement period. A Melbourne-based buyer snapped up the home at 9 Naples Ave, Isle of Capri for $3.9 million.CASHED up interstate buyers are splashing out on extravagant Gold Coast homes, injecting millions into the local property market.A waterfront mansion on the Isle of Capri is one of the latest to be snapped up by a house hunter hailing from across the border.The $3.9 million sale of the home at 19 Naples Ave went unconditional last week.Marketing agents Sam Guo and Julia Kuo said the Melbourne-based Chinese buyer couldn’t go past its water and skyline views.“They liked the position … with a nice view,” Mr Guo said.He said the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home’s central location and proximity to shops was also a major selling point. COAST AMONG MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES TO RENT SA HOTELIERS LIST LUXURY COAST MANSION The property had been listed under various agents since it hit the market in September last year.“We had it for just over two months,” Mr Guo said. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoIn the Hinterland, a Sydney couple bought a Tallebudgera Valley property for $2.45 million last week.last_img read more