Hidden locale is one of Robina’s best-kept secrets

34 Pinnacle Court, Robina is on the market at $1.849 million.
A WATERFRONT home in one of the best-kept secrets in Robina has hit the market with a $1.849 million price tag.
Agent Matt Micallef, of Ray White Robina, said the split-level home at 34 Pinnacle Court, Robina, had the “wow” factor that families were looking for.
“Robina Waters is one of those amazing areas on the Gold Coast that surprisingly few people know about,’’ said Mr Micallef.
“While its neighbours Clear Island Waters, Mermaid Waters and Broadbeach Waters gather all the headlines, Robina Waters is the quite achiever in the bunch.”
The outlook from 34 Pinnacle Court, Robina.
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Mr Micallef said Robina Waters was arguably more liveable because of the amount planning that Robina Land Corporation originally undertook when it started one of Australia’s first masterplanned communities in the 1980s.
“Robina is a masterplanned community and it shows in how well the suburb works and close it is to everything,’’ he said.
“The area is home to one of the largest shopping districts in the area, it is major a business hub in its own right, there are an amazing array of entertainment options and the recreational choices are terrific.
Inside 34 Pinnacle Court, Robina.
“I mean you have Robina Town Centre, Q Super Centre Shopping, Bond University,
Robina State School, Varsity College, C-Bus Stadium, the Gold Coast Titans, three golf courses, a couple of hospitals and an amazing choice of transport options.
“And not only that, but it’s also only 10 minutes to the beach.
“You can’t really get much better than that”
34 Pinnacle Court, Robina is on the market at $1.849 million.
Mr Micaleff said the Pinnacle Court home sat on a 1208 sqm property with 19m of east-facing waterfront.
“At the heart of the home, there is a vast open plan living area which spreads onto the outdoor entertainment space,’’ he said.
“For families, the home is ideal for entertaining by the pool, taking part in water sports or fishing with kids, or simply having fun in the big backyard.
“This is what Gold Coast living is all about.”
Robina has experienced rapid growth over the Covid property boom with latest PropTrack Data revealing its median is sitting at $1.08 million.
While it is down 6.7 per cent over the past three months, the suburb jumped 32.5 per cent over the past 12 months and 63.1 per cent over three years.

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