5 and 7 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.SHARE Quarterman is offering a deal developers will be sure to love.The homeowner of both No. 5 and No. 7 Savoy Drive has been tightly holding onto both waterfront properties but said it was time to let them go.5 and 7 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.“I bought No. 7 (pictured above) the house on the roadside six years ago,” Mr Quarterman said.“I did the place up, it was like a time capsule from the 70s with old wallpaper. After a few years the house at the back of me, No. 5 came on the market and the agent asked if I wanted to sell my house. I decided to buy No. 5 too.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago5 and 7 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.Mr Quarterman said he has been making around $10,000 to $12,000 a month letting his home out for holiday-makers while living in the other.“I get a lot of people from down South and the odd few from Western Australia and overseas looking for a place to holiday,” he said.5 and 7 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.“I had plans for the property — I wanted to develop it but I think the timing is right to let it go and give the opportunity to someone else.”It is described as a “unique dual land holding in a prime pocket” by Kollosche Prestige Properties agent Karl Gillon.5 and 7 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.“The dual allotment, stretching two titles with 23m of waterfrontage, sits within a sought-after address of multi-million dollar homes on the quiet inland island of Florida Gardens,” Mr Gillon said.