Gold Coast castle going under the hammer

CALLING all kings and queens: A castle in a surprise suburb on the Gold Coast has hit the market.

The acreage property, at 156 Crane Crescent, Nerang, is fit for royalty with an eye-catching residence that looks like it belongs in medieval times rather than in suburban southeast Qld.

Solid double doors welcome you to the castle.

Rounded turrets, stone feature walls, a spiral staircase, stained glass and a huge fireplace set the scene while raked timber ceilings and large pillars add to the ambience.

Spread over two levels, it includes multiple living and entertaining areas, a kitchen and picturesque alfresco zones.

“Built to epic proportions and indulgently appointed with a blend of natural and exotic materials,” the listing states.

“A truly unique opportunity with massive appeal for those seeking a refined blend of character, quality and position along with lucrative income opportunities.”

Raked ceilings are a common theme.

Alongside the main house is a one-bedroom dwelling with a kitchen and bathroom.

An additional guest residence is nearby.

The property also includes a tennis court but it might need some restoration before you have a game.

The house is relatively private from the street with Nerang State Forrest on the other side of the road.

There’s plenty of character and flair.

Trees, plants, natives and an array of bird and animal life along with three dams are on the estate.

Records reveal the property has been held in the same family since the 1970s.

It goes to auction through Michael Elliss of Harcourts Broadbeach Mermaid Waters on July 30.

PropTrack data shows Nerang’s median price is $762,250, up 1.6 per cent over 12 months to June.

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