10 Rio Vista Blvd, Broadbeach Waters has sold for $5.2 million.
A GOLD Coast property featuring a wall mural with a “Sydney street art and Melbourne laneway vibe” has sold for a record-breaking price.
A sydney buyer splashed $5.2 million on the new build at 10 Rio Vista, Broadbeach Waters.
Kollosche agent Jay Helprin, who marketed the residence alongside Michael Kollosche, said the Sydney-based buyer had been spending time on the Gold Coast and was looking forward to moving into the home.
A Sydney-based buyer has bought the property.
Relax beside the fireplace.
“$5.2 million is the highest price ever achieved on Rio Vista Blvd and the third highest canal house sale price ever achieved in Broadbeach Waters,” Mr Helprin said.
“Supply is still limited which is a primary driver for the market remaining buoyant.”
Mr Helprin said the property’s unique mural and use of burnt timber cladding stood out for potential buyers.
“It is a high profile and unique home in Broadbeach Waters so the enquiry was strong,” he said.
“We still are feeling a strong market – enquiry levels have been great, we’ve received strong offers on other properties, strong registered bidder numbers at our auctions and our clearance rates are still high.
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Vendor Sydney-native Tegan Musumeci was behind the large-scale wall mural Cam Scale artwork.
“We knew locals would either love or hate the mural,” Ms Musumeci said.
“But everyone loves it, the kids get asked about it at school, it’s a showpiece.”
The property from the air.
There are plenty of standout features including a showstopper wine cellar.
Ms Musumeci said she had wanted to bring something “bright and happy” to Broadbeach Waters but gave the artist a very liberal brief.
“We really wanted Cam to come up with what would suit best, and he took that and ran with it,” she said.
“He told us to let him know whether we wanted the addition of certain colours, but we loved what he came up with and it was exactly what I’d hoped for.
“It makes us feel good when we come home to see the mural.”
Make a splash in the pool.
Covering one entire front panel of the six-bedroom, six-bathroom home, the bespoke mural sets the tone for what is inside the front door of this one-of-a-kind home.
The six-bedroom house features polished concrete and pendant lighting with oak floorboards and flowing linen curtains.
The property also offers unobstructed views of the Surfers Paradise skyline, a pool and pontoon.
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