Shafston International College founder Keith Lloyd sells Surfers Paradise apartment

Shafston International College founder Keith Lloyd sells Surfers Paradise apartment
Shafston International College founder Keith Lloyd sells Surfers Paradise apartment

Shafston International College founder Keith Lloyd has offloaded his Surfers Paradise apartment for $5 million.

Lloyd bought the 680 square metre garden apartment in the Ocean Isles complex on Main Beach Parade in 2011 for $4.96 million.

It has three ensuited bedrooms, a customised home office, entertainers bar, home theatre and a library.

Shafston International College founder Keith Lloyd sells Surfers Paradise apartment

The living space opens to a private swimming pool and spa.

Michael Kollosche and Duncan Longmore at Kollosche Broadbeach secured the sale.

It had traded higher in 2007 at $6.42 million.

It's been bought by the downsizing Tony Burnett and wife Toni Ferguson, who run TB Hotels

They sold their former Admiralty Drive, Surfers Paradise waterfront earlier this year for $7,975,000 to entrepreneur Tony Quinn.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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