Horticulturalist, 30, quits his job after winning an entire apartment complex ...

Horticulturalist, 30, quits his job after winning an entire apartment complex worth $6million – and he only bought the raffle ticket on a whim Nick Matthews, age 30, scored the Gold Coast beach-side complex in May  The ex horticulturalist sold the stack of five fully furnished apartments on Friday  Mr Matthews said he had to quit his job to keep up with the demands of the sale

By Charlotte Karp For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 07:17 BST, 1 October 2020 | Updated: 07:17 BST, 1 October 2020

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A horticulturalist has quit his job after selling a multi million-dollar apartment complex that he won in a fundraiser.

Nick Matthews scored the Gold Coast beach-side complex in May after purchasing a $5 ticket for the RSL Art Union - a group that supports military veterans - on a whim. 

On Friday, the 30-year-old sold the stack of five fully furnished luxury apartments to a single buyer.

While the buyer's identity and final sale price remain confidential, selling agent Travis Miller confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that the property was valued at $6million earlier this year.

Nick Matthews scored the Gold Coast beach-side complex (pictured) in May after purchasing a $5 ticket for the RSL Art Union

Nick Matthews scored the Gold Coast beach-side complex (pictured) in May after purchasing a $5 ticket for the RSL Art Union

On Friday, the 30-year-old sold the stack of five fully furnished luxury apartments (balcony pictured) to a single buyer

On Friday, the 30-year-old sold the stack of five fully furnished luxury apartments (balcony pictured) to a single buyer

Mr Matthews described the sales process as 'long and emotional' and revealed he had to leave his job to keep up with the demands.

'There were lots of

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