14B Darwalla Ave, Currumbin us going under the hammer on November 26.
A former prize home in Currumbin on the Gold Coast is set to go under the hammer this month.
The luxury beachfront property at 14B Darwalla Ave was RSL Art Union’s October, 2023 prize draw and was won last month by an interstate couple.
During the draw, RSL Art Union valued the prize home at $9.5 million with a $201,619 furniture package.
It comes after the neighbouring property — 14A Darwalla Ave — which was also a RSL Art Union prize home won in October, 2022, sold for $7.2 million in August.
What a view!
There are plenty of different areas to unwind.
The latest prize home to hit the market spans three levels and is one of only ten absolute beachfront homes in the coveted southern Gold Coast suburb.
John Parkes of Ray White Tugun is marketing 14B Darwalla Ave and said no expense was spared in the design or build.
“This incredible mansion showcases luxurious interiors designed by highly-regarded Habitat Architects in collaboration with Makin Constructions and Kira and Kira styling,” he said.
“Together, they worked to incorporate the natural elements using a soothing palette of soft neutrals, ocean blues, eucalyptus greens, and an array of granite, marble, and concrete textures to set a mood of timeless luxury.
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Take a dip in the pool.
The main living area.
The house is an entertainer’s haven with a plunge pool, firepit and deck providing plenty of space to have friends and family over.
Inside, the open-plan living, dining, and kitchen spans across the first floor.
A bedroom, opulent ensuite and powder room are also located on the ground floor.
The middle floor includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a relaxed living space overlooking the beach.
Other standout features include a Tasmanian Oak staircase, high ceilings and decadent chandeliers.
Beach views from almost every room.
Another dining area.
The third floor is dedicated to entertaining and includes a wet bar, powder room, seating, and a large deck.
“This is truly a statement in exclusivity and the epitome of luxury coastal living,” Mr Parkes said.
“It’s been meticulously designed, crafted, and styled with no expense spared offering the perfect, prestigious, and exclusive canvas for creating unforgettable memories.”
The property goes under the hammer on November 26.
The highest sale in Currumbin is $11.3 million in 2021 for a luxury house at 16 Darwalla Ave.
It was not on the market but sold after an approach to the owner.
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