A Sydneysider who bagged five stunning apartments on the Gold Coast admitted he was not interested in the price, opting to sell instead.

A man who won a multi-million pound building with sea views in a lottery doesn’t want it and puts it on the market.

The Gold Coast boutique living quarters in Queensland were salvaged in a Christmas charity raffle, The sun reported.

Its owner Mark Wu, who lives in Sydney, bagged the impressive block of flats after buying tickets for the raffle, which he has been doing for four years to support the charity.

“As far as prizes go, well, I just thought if I won, I won, but I never dreamed that I would,” he said. says realestate.com.au.

“When they phoned me to tell me, I thought it was a scam.”

The family, who have only been to the Gold Coast a few times, finally visited the property in February.

“It was the first opportunity we had to come and look at it because of Covid,” Mr Wu said.

“It’s so beautiful, the stylish way it is and the ocean views. It will be sad to let him go.

The high-tech block of five luxury beachfront apartments over four floors includes a penthouse with its own private roof terrace.

On the first and second floors are ultra-modern two- and three-bedroom apartments with an open plan kitchen and living room that extend out onto a terrace with stunning beach views.

The third floor is reserved for the penthouse, which has five bedrooms, including a luxurious master suite.

The 714 square meter complex is equipped with an elevator, on-floor parking for 10 cars, bicycle storage, communal barbecue and swimming pool.

But the first property comes on the market after Mr. Wu decided he wouldn’t keep it.

‘We don’t holiday on the Gold Coast regularly so the flat would be empty,’ he explained.

“We already have our house in Sydney and the girls are settled in schools. We enjoy our way of life and don’t really want it to change.

“We better invest in something in Sydney, which we can then pass on to our children, so that they have security in their future.”

Mr. Wu plans to spend the lucky money on a family trip abroad.

“I never traveled when I was a kid and I would love for my kids to have that experience. For us, it’s all about the kids,” he said.

The property is open for expressions of interest and closes May 10.

This article originally appeared on The sun and has been republished here with permission.