Willow Vale acreage property with prestige car showroom
A vintage car collector’s acreage estate complete with 12-vehicle showrooms and next-level man cave is up for sale with a $3.5 million asking price.
The northern Gold Coast property has been purpose built for the “restoration and display of vintage cars” and features a luxuriously appointed double-storey workshop and garage space with polished concrete floors, mezzanine-level lounge and downstairs bar and kitchen.
Marketing agent Peter Stone, of LJ Hooker Property Centre, said the petrol heads’ haven could also suit use as a sports bar, music studio, art gallery or home business headquarters.
The purpose-built showroom and man cave
Polished concrete floors, slick lighting, and a bar
“This bespoke home is as much opulent Hinterland retreat as it is a stunning extension of the owner’s passion for all things automotive,” the property listing states.
“A masterful integration of acreage living and vintage car showroom befitting a Hemsworth, Hepburn or discerning collector, the space allows you to live immersed in the things that are truly special to you, merging your individual expression with a luxury lifestyle.”
Set over 2.13ha in Willow Vale, the home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, with a total of 12 car spaces across four garages, one with a vehicle hoist.
Two bedrooms are upstairs, including the sprawling master with twin walk-in robes and ensuite, while downstairs are the remaining two bedrooms and a separate lounge, kitchen and bathrooms.
The sprawling acreage home
Servery windows from the renovated kitchen open onto wide decking
There’s a 25m pool and poolside pavilion
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The kitchen has a butler’s pantry, modern cabinetry, European appliances and stone benchtops, and other home features include high ceilings, a fireplace and high-end finishes of timber, steel, stone and tile.
Wide decking surrounds both levels capturing sweeping mountain views, and there is a 25m lap pool with a walk bridge and pavilion, as well as a fire pit area.
Mr Stone’s listing described the home’s 1000 sqm of living space as “bold and refined, industrial and inviting”, with quality and attention to detail underpinning all finishes.
Property records show the home last changed hands for $1.1m in 2013 when it was purchased by Gary and Heather Bone, both high-ranked executives in Queensland’s trucking industry.
The couple undertook extensive upgrades to the 2011-built house, including the showroom extension, pavilion and decking.
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