Mermaid Beach mansion listed for $19.75m amid local resident spat

111 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach, has DA approval to be turned into a boutique development.
A mansion owned by businessman Scott Headland on ‘millionaires’ row’ in Mermaid Beach has been listed for sale at $19.75m.
Mr Headland has been at loggerheads with fellow Mermaid Beach residents over the property since 2020 after he lodged a DA with Gold City Council to turn the six-bedroom coastal abode at No. 111 into a four-storey luxury development titled One One One.
The home has more than 680sq m of living space.
At the time it was announced Mr Healdand said it was an attempt to give the well-known Hedges Ave a “facelift”.
However, some residents argued that the building’s appearance was too tall, not up to an “excellent” standard and not in keeping with the rest of the buildings in the area.
Although approved by the local council in December last year, residents took their case to the
It was last sold for $6m in 2002.
Brisbane Planning and Environment Court, where it will be heard in the coming months.
In the meantime, Michael Kollosche of Kollosche, who is marketing the property alongside colleague Tony Velissariou, said the court case had no bearing on the sale of the property and would not necessarily stop a development being built.
The home’s hot-tub.
“The property has been listed and council approval for a three or four-storey development remains,” Mr Kollosche said.
Mr Headland has owned the house at 111 Hedges Ave, known as Little Dune, since 2002, when he bought it off developer Russell Leary for $6m.
It was previously listed by Mr Headland in 2019 with a price tag of $9.95m. He later dropped the price by $500,000 before taking it off the market.
It has an 18m lap pool and 19m of beach frontage.
The property is on a 769sq m block with a rare 19m of absolute beach frontage.
Spanning two storeys, the house has been designed to capitalise on the ocean views and is divided into separate wings for privacy.
It features an alfresco terrace along with an 18m beachside lap pool and spa a four-car off-street garage, home office, sauna and gym.
It is fully fenced and protected from erosion by a rock wall.
The house is on ‘millionaires’ row’

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