5 Castille Court, Isle of Capri.A SURFERS Paradise property that last changed hands for $99,000 has sold for $1.55 million.The late Kevin and Maureen Murphy bought the five-bedroom house at 5 Castille Court in 1976.This week it sold for seven figures – 15 times more than what they paid for it.Real Estate agent Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast took the Isle of Capri residence to auction earlier this week.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours ago 5 Castille Court, Isle of Capri. 5 Castille Court, Isle of Capri.The 789sq m fan-shaped block features a five-bedroom house with 25m of water frontage.The highest sale on Castille Court is $2.5 million for No. 1 in 2011.Isle of Capri is home to some of the most lavish mansions on the Gold Coast, yet the locale remains largely a sleepy residential community.The island also has a solid community of young professionals and families who are attracted by the central location and Surfers Paradise State School.
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