Why agent is putting Banora Point on the map

54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
BORN and bred “Banora Point boy” and Ray White Burleigh Group agent Christopher Guest is making it his personal mission to ensure his home ground gets the discovery it deserves.
“People have no idea how incredible it is down here,” Mr Guest said.
“This is my childhood haunt; I live and breathe this place.
“The natural beauty of the Bundjalung Tribe land will never be built out.”

54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
According to Mr Guest, there’s still time to get in on the Coast’s “best kept secret”.
“Banora Point is sandwiched right in the middle of Coolangatta and Tweed and is finally being noticed for all it has to offer,” he said.
“To me, there is no better location, this is it, getting into a waterfront position in Banora Point is the best investment you can make right now.

54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
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Mr Guest is marketing 54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point with Blair Walkington — the property is set to go under the hammer on June 24.
“Places like 54 Bosun Blvd are just eight minutes from the untouched paradise of Fingal beach,” he said.
The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is situated in the sought-after Oxley Cove enclave and exudes a waterfront resort-style living opportunity without the hustle and bustle.
Visitors are greeted by lofty ceilings and generously proportioned windows that ensure all three living areas are flooded by natural light.

54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
There are cosy spaces to indulge in quiet solace, an inviting bar to host unforgettable gatherings and serene waterfront vistas from every angle.
The master bedroom unfolds as a spacious haven, enhanced by a generously sized walk-in wardrobe and a luxurious ensuite.
The lower-level bedrooms work well as a guest quarter, if desired, given the outdoor areas are attention-commanding spaces begging to be partied in.

54 Bosun Blvd, Banora Point.
There’s a large pool and undercover entertaining space, a sunken fire pit, and 20m water frontage with a boat ramp, winch, and rollers.
Extras such as motion sensor lights, automatic irrigation, a side access storage room, automatic electric gate, and airconditioning ensure this home is “move in and enjoy” level ready to welcome new owners.

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