Gold Coast real estate: Tallai property an American classic

IT looks like a property from hit USA-based movie Gone with the Wind but this sprawling estate is actually on the hilltops of Tallai on the Gold Coast.
The five-bedroom house at 529 The Panorama, sold in August, 2020 for $2.7 million but is back on the market less than two years later with Phillis Real Estate’s Jun Yang.

529 The Panorama, Tallai.
A grand facade.
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“The exclusive and private Panorama is the location of this gorgeous home with the best east-facing panoramic view on the Gold Coast,” the listing states.
“With your own personal built in pool and tennis court overlooking the sensational view – you’ll never have to leave home.”
Enjoy your own romance in the grand brick manor, which has been listed without a price.
It’s built on a sprawling 6.15ha property with 180 degree views across the Coast.

The house looks like something thatr can be found in Georgia in the USA.
The house was built in the 1980s.
A floor to ceiling fireplace, banquet-sized dining room, tennis court and pool with a diving board are among its features while pillars, bay windows and a sweeping staircase add to the classic elegance of the house.
The previous owners, the late Neil and Ann Felton paid a “couple of hundred thousand dollars” for the block in 1985 when The Panorama was just a dirt track.

Relax by the pool.
What a view!
Mr Felton designed the house and took inspiration from New England, Europe and the Mediterranean.
The estate, which was previously named Annarbor, is a combination of both Ann Felton’s name and an arbor.
Their son sold the property in 2020.
The original Gone with the Wind house was based off a property in the southeastern US state of Georgia.

Fancy a game of tennis?
Inside the house.

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