Kingscliff trophy home going under the hammer as Tweed Coast becomes new sea-change capital

1 Cactus Court, Kingscliff is set to go under the hammer.
An extravagant trophy home in Kingscliff, built by prominent northern NSW developer Charlie Freriechs, is set to go under the hammer.
The four-bedroom property at 1 Cactus Court packs a punch from the street with its eye-catching titled window frames, enormous rooftop entertaining area and spiral staircase which make it one of Kingscliff’s most notable properties.
It also includes six bathrooms, a 12-car garage and infinity pool.
The property from the street.
The attention to detail is evident throughout the home.
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“It’s seriously one of the most incredible homes I’ve ever set foot in,” Ray White Burleigh Group agent Ty Van Der Meulen said.
“It’s sleek, it’s sophisticated but in no way pretentious.
“It could work as a family home or a beachside hideaway for a young or older couple.
“Kingscliff is really catching on as a liveable area, just half an hour out of the Gold Coast but far enough away to feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere.”
The enormous rooftop.
Mr Freriechs developed a number of shopping complexes in northern NSW with 1 Cactus Court originally having a commercial feel before the current vendors gave it a more homely renovation.
“There’s a lot of interest in this one,” Van Der Meulen said.
“It’s got a rich history but the home itself is beautiful – every last finish is very considered.
The property goes to auction on September 28.
Records reveal the residence first hit the market with another agency in December, 2022.
It previously changed hands in December, 2018 for $1.785 million.
Inside the luxury home.
Mr Van Der Meulen said the Tweed Coast was proving popular with house hunters keen to make the move to northern NSW.
“The Tweed Coast is a new hotspot for those looking for a sea-change from Sydney – especially those who are already used to a beachy lifestyle around Bondi.
“We’re also seeing a great southern migration from those in the central Gold Coast –
they want a change, but not too much of an upheaval.”
The property stands out from every direction.
The Kingscliff property comes as Ray White Burleigh Group opens its new southern office, Ray White Burleigh Group South at Coolangatta, with 11 residential agents.
“It’s the buyers and sellers of the southern end and northern NSW who are going to benefit from this new office,” said Ray White Burleigh Group CEO Tiger Malan.
“These agents live and breathe that area, they know it inside out.
“It’s an exciting move for RWBG and one we’ve been keen on for a while.”

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