Motorsports identity Troy ‘Candy’ Williams lists $3 million Gold Coast home

Troy ‘ Candy’ Williams and his wife Anita Cassin (pictured inset) are selling their Helensvale home.
FLAMBOYANT motorsports entrepreneur Troy ‘Candy’ Williams and his wife Anita Cassin have listed their luxury waterfront home on the Gold Coast with a $3 million price tag.
The high-profile couple snapped up the then-new five-bedroom, four-bathroom house for $1.64m six days after it first hit the market in January 2021.
Mr Williams flaunts a flashy lifestyle and penchant for fast cars to his 230,000-plus online followers, and recently launched his latest business venture, Gee-Up, a pre-mixed alcoholic beverage.
Offers between $2.8m and $3m are sought for the Helensvale home
The canalfront home has a pontoon
He founded custom car detailing company, Eye Candy Motorsports, in Melbourne in 2012 and moved to Queensland in 2020.
Mr Williams’ Helensvale house is listed with Emil Juresic, of NGU Real Estate, with price expectations of between $2.8m and $3m.
Mr Juresic said the couple were in search of a family friendly home with a backyard for their toddler son, Saint, who was born in June 2021.
Troy ‘Candy’ Williams with wife, Anita Cassin, and their son, Saint, celebrating his first birthday in 2022
The couple moved from Melbourne to the Gold Coast in 2020
“He bought it just before the boom started, and the market has grown so much since then,” Mr Juresic said.
“It was a brand new home when he bought it from me two years ago and they’ve probably spent a couple of hundred thousand on electricals and other improvements to make it more their own.
“It’s a very beautiful, low-maintenance waterfront home, but they’ve decided to sell because they have a kid now, they are moving on and buying a family home with more grass.”
The two-storey home’s waterfront pool surrounded by pavers
Al fresco entertaining terrace with barbecue kitchen
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The modern property on a 480sq m, dubbed “the Candyland house” by Mr Williams, is set over two levels facing north to the canals off the Coomera River.
Highlights include high ceilings and quality finishes with multiple living and dining areas, a sleek kitchen fitted with custom cabinetry, and a stylish barbecue entertaining area overlooking the pool.
There are multiple living spaces
The kitchen has an island bench and walk-in pantry
There’s also a home office, pontoon, two wine cellars, bespoke lighting and stone feature walls, the sale listing states.
The home was raided by policee in May last year, with dramatic footage of officers ramming the front door shared by Mr Williams to his social media channels.
He was charged with possessing dangerous drugs, but police offered no evidence when Mr Williams appeared in Southport Magistrates Court in November and the case was dropped.
The house has five bedrooms and a home office
High ceilings and bespoke lighting in the dining room

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