5719 Anchorage Tce, Sanctuary Cove
A sleek waterfront mansion featuring a state-of-the-art cellar built to showcase a multimillion-dollar wine collection has sold for about $14m.
Built in 2017, the luxury home at 5719 Anchorage Tce, Sanctuary Cove has a host of high-end features including the basement wine club housing 2000 bottles of top-shelf plonk, along with a heated infinity-edge pool, riverside firepit lounge, executive office, gym, plus a boat shed and 30m pontoon for mooring a superyacht.
While the sale price has not yet been released, marketing agent Matt Gates, of Ray White Sanctuary Cove, said it was “not far from the listing price” of $13.95m.
It is listed as ‘under offer’ on realestate.com.au.
The waterfront home is under offer for about $14m
It was designed by local architect Bayden Goddard
The sellers, Paul and Christine Lynam, secured the 1,995 sqm lot with 40m of waterfrontage in one of the northern Gold Coast estate’s most coveted streets for $3.45m in 2016.
They engaged renowned local architect Bayden Goddard to design the lavish four-bedroom, five-bathroom Palm Springs-inspired home, described as an “icon of style”.
The temperature and humidity-controlled walk-in cellar features custom LED lighting and wine-tasting tables with a combination of stone and perspex racks to display the Lynams’ incredible collection built over 16 years.
The cellar houses an multimillion-dollar wine collection
Perspex walls allow views from the basement lounge
“It’s a killer house and I’ve never seen a better cellar in my life,” Mr Gates said.
“It accommodates thousands and thousands of bottles — there’s several million dollars of wine in the fridge.”
The wine was not included with sale of the property.
He said the buyers were an interstate family planning to move to Sanctuary Cove, a masterplanned gated community known for its waterfront lifestyle and proximity to top golf courses.
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Built from solid concrete with a range of indoor and outdoor entertaining zones, the home’s living and dining areas are set over a large single level opening onto wide patios.
There’s four extra-large bedrooms, all with ensuites and walk-in robes, and a luxurious kitchen fitted with black stone-topped island bench and European appliances.
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