Elanora Drive double block in Koala Park, Burleigh Heads for sale

A MAMMOTH waterfront block featuring a showstopper house in tightly-held Koala Park at Burleigh Heads is set to go under the hammer next month.
The 1286sq m double block at 10-12 Elanora Drive hit the market earlier this week and is already attracting plenty of attention according to marketing agent Troy Dowker, of Kollosche.
10-12 Elanora Drive, Burleigh Heads is going under the hammer.
Entertain while overlooking the pool and water.
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The expansive two-level house takes advantage of its 38m of water frontage which is just moments from popular Tallebudgera Creek.
“It’s an absolute showstopper,” Mr Dowker said.
“It would be the biggest block in there that has waterfront access.”
The vendors owned No. 10 and snapped up No. 12 before they amalgamated the blocks and built their dream home in 2017.
The property is moments from Tallebudgera Creek.
The property offers views of Tallebudgera Creek.
They enlisted renowned Gold Coast architect Bayden Goddard who nailed their vision for a fully-functional family home inspired by the beach and the bush, with an indoor-outdoor floorplan.
“They basically built one big prime waterfront estate,” Mr Dowker said.
The house from the street.
The house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, butler’s pantry, and several living zones.
Among its standout features is a 25m pool, gym, sauna, built-in teppanyaki barbecue kitchen and gatehouse.
“It’s got some pretty amazing features,” Mr Dowker said.
“Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast and want to punch out a 30 minute workout at home, swim a couple of kilometres in the pool or do some stand-up paddle boarding on the
Tallebudgera Creek, there really is a plethora of options.”
“It’s also great for families given it’s got five bedrooms.
“Two kids, three, four, or five kids, there’s enough space top accommodate large families.”
Enjoy an indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
Mr Dowker said buyer interest had been predominantly from the Gold Coast with some interest from Sydney and Melbourne.
“You can’t replace something like this,” he said.
“A potential buyer might not be shopping for real estate at the moment but the fact it has become available might push someone to snap it up.
“It’s one of those houses that you admire from afar and if it ever comes on the market, you might do what you can to acquire it.
“It could take five to 10 years to amalgamate and go through the building process at the moment – this property is ready to go.”
The property goes to auction on September 23.
One of the bedrooms.

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