Apartment sold in Maroochy River, QLD 4561

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18 / 50 Seaside Boulevard,Marcoola QLD

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Sold for $697,700

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16 / 50 Seaside Boulevard,Marcoola QLD

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Sold for $613,800

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5/5 Frank Street,Coolum Beach QLD

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Sold for $498,000

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11 / 50 Seaside Boulevard,Marcoola QLD

Apartment Sold

Sold for $585,600

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35/2 Seaward Lane,Marcoola QLD

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Sold for $1,020,000

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26/6-8 Perry Street,Coolum Beach QLD

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Sold for $625,000

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