Gold Coast real estate: String of big sales kicks off spring selling season

THE spring selling season has well and truly kicked off with agents reporting a flurry of activity across the Gold Coast and northern NSW.
South of the border at Casuarina, showstopper property Otsu House sold for $5.3 million through Nick Witheriff of LJ Hooker Kingscliff.

A buyer paid $5.3 million million for Otsu House at 3 Beech Lane, Casuarina.
The kitchen in Otsu House.
Otsu House is just metres from the beach.
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Rachel and Josh Ooi are the brains behind the northern NSW house at 3 Beech Lane, Casuarina, which combines man-made and natural elements to create a Mediterranean-inspired beach house.
Set over two levels on a 720 sqm beachfront block, the recently-built house offers a modern coastal vibe with white render, timber flooring and no-expense-spared finishes.

120 Pacific Parade, Bilinga sold for a suburb record of $4.72 million.
Inside 120 Pacific Parade, Bilinga.
Back on the Gold Coast, and Amir Prestige agent Nat King managed to find a buyer for 120 Pacific Parade, Bilinga which sold for a suburb record of $4.72 million.
The 506 sqm property, which overlooks the beach, sold to a Brisbane buyer.
“The buyers are going to use the home as a beach house base and will eventually live in it when they reside full time on the Gold Coast,” Ms King said.
“I feel buyer activity has increased again – we are still achieving good prices for our vendors and I certainly don’t see it slowing down any time soon.”

26 Midshipman Court, Paradise Waters sold for $4.3 million.
Further north and it took four days for a double-storey Mediterranean-style home at 26 Midshipman Parade, Paradise Waters to be snapped up.
Marketed by Kollosche’s Michael Kollosche and Jay Helprin, it was the first time the waterfront property had been offered to market.
It sold for $4.3 million ahead of its scheduled auction on September 23.

62 Burleigh Street, Burleigh Waters was snapped up in a $3.407 million deal.
Another deal in Surfers Paradise was brokered by Harcourts Coastal agent Chrstine Tucker, who sold 114 Amalfi Drive, Isle of Capri for $4.1 million.
And in Burleigh Waters a six-bedroom house at 62 Burleigh St sold for $3.407 million.
“Despite interest rate rises and talk about the market heading for a downturn, buyer interest in beach suburbs, waterfront homes, and quality new turnkey properties here on the Gold Coast continues to be strong,” said Kingfisher Realty Principal Conal Martin, who was behind the sale.

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