FROM the Glitter Strip to the Hinterland, a string of Gold Coast properties are among the most viewed in the country this week.
A French-inspired riverfront mansion was the most viewed house in Queensland on realestate.com.au and second most viewed in Australia.
5 McMillan Court, Southport.
The property is listed for sale via expressions of interest through Michael Kollosche of his self-titled agency.
Considered one of southeast Queensland’s finest homes, the Southport estate, named ‘Alston’, features a six-bedrooms seven-bathroom estate set amid landscaped grounds on a 3,442sq m waterfront allotment.
It’s the latest in a string of high-profile sales pitches for the palatial three-storey home, which has been on and off the market since August 2022 with several different agents.
The owner’s identity has remained suppressed since their purchase, which was the highest recorded residential transaction in Queensland at the time.
But it’s not just riverfront mansions that are attracting interest.
Dahlia Estate at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley.
Dahlia Estate — a sprawling house built into the side of a hill in the Gold Coast Hinterland — was the second most viewed house in Queensland and sixth across the country.
The property, at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley comes with a long list of luxury features from a helipad and outdoor gym to a resort-style pool and tennis court.
Ross and Ashley Hankin are the brains behind the property, which was built over the Covid pandemic.
“Our initial concept for Dahlia was simple — to do justice to this incredible property,” Ms Hankin said.
“It is the most unique site we have ever come across, so we knew whatever we were going to build had to take advantage of the uninterrupted views and natural landscape of the land.”
The end result is a jaw-dropping mix of exposed concrete, wood and stone paired perfectly with louvres, glass and skylights to create a warm and inviting space.
The curve of the house sets the scene while the standout feature is without a doubt the mountain views.
Dahlia Estate is on the market through Harcourts Coastal’s Ed Cherry and PRD Burleigh Heads’ John Fischer via is expressions of interest.
54 Allambi Ave, Broadbeach Waters.
On the auction front, the most viewed property going to auction this weekend in Queensland is Allambi House at 54 Allambi St, Broadbeach Waters.
Vendors Perri and Eddie Beith are behind the new build which pushes design boundaries with its mid-century modern vibe.
The design, with its flamboyant finishes and retro charm, takes you on a journey through the ages to a time when architecture was celebrated as art. One of the couple’s favourite features is the sunken lounge with banquet-style seating, plush shag pile carpet and stacked stone feature wall.
2/20 Marlin Court, Palm Beach.
29 Parnki Pde, Palm Beach.
On the beachside and a modern waterfront villa at 2/20 Marlin Court, Palm Beach came in second while Doasis, a mid-century inspired showstopper at 29 Parnki Pde, Palm Beach rounded out the top three.
All three properties go under the hammer this weekend.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au