This Sovereign Islands trophy home has a fresh new marketing campaign.
A mega mansion marketed as “the best house in Australia” has a fresh new marketing campaign along with a new name.
Palazzo Vittoria, previously known as Villa Vittoria, is set across five north-facing blocks at on the Gold Coast’s Sovereign Islands.
It has been on and off the market with different agents since October, 2019.
Palazzo Vittoria from the air.
Inside the trophy home.
The property has been completely furnished.
Seller Riccardo Rizzi, a Perth-based civil engineer, put his hand up at a 2013 auction to purchase the property incomplete for $5.3m.
He has reportedly spent about $11m bringing it up to its current stage.
The mansion, on a 4254sq m lot with 106m of Broadwater frontage is modelled on a 100-year-old chateau and was designed by Brunei architect to the royals, Bayden Goddard.
It’s more like a resort.
Relax in style.
Feel like you’re on holiday every day.
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It is set across three levels connected by a lift, with architectural features including soaring voids, spiral staircases and marble columns.
There’s a 25m pool, 12-car garage with car wash bay and nine bathrooms, while the entrance is graced by a 4m-tall statue of King Neptune.
It has six bedrooms and a private maids’ quarters, as well as a wellness suite with massage room, a Turkish bathhouse, gym and change room.
The new owner can even arrive via helicopter if they wish, with enough space to land a chopper.
Amir Prestige Group’s Amir Mian and Alex and Victoria Fleri are behind the new marketing campaign.
Artwork now adorns the walls.
Amir Prestige Group’s Amir Mian and Alex and Victoria Fleri are behind the latest marketing push — it is understood price expectations are in the $40m range.
Mr Mian said the vendor had spent 12 months working on finishing touches to the property to make it move-in ready.
“We have renamed it and rebranded it and are we are confident we will find a buyer,” Mr Mian said.
“It’s the first time the property has been for sale as a finished property.
“The house was actually never complete.
One of the dining rooms.
Another area to entertain.
Electrical work, airconditioning, door handles, curtains and lighting were installed while the property has also been completely furnished, Mr Mian said.
“The lift wasn’t working, the basement was just a concrete floor with no tiles or gyprock, some of the doors didn’t open, and there were wires coming out of walls, it was just small basic things,” Mr Mian said.
Artwork and statues inside the residence.
A sitting room.
“The vendor spent more than $20,000 just on door handles.
“But for the first time it’s all done, you can walk in and bring in the groceries and start living here.
“That’s the reason we have rebranded — you can’t be selling a home of this calibre with no art work on the walls. I didn’t even recognise the property when I walked in.”
No expense has been spared in the fit-out.
The entertainer’s kitchen.
Amir Prestige Group is marketing the property as the “best house in Australia” with a series of private inspections.
“Immerse yourself in a world of opulence, sophistication, and unparalleled beauty at Palazzo Vittoria and reward yourself with a majestic trophy home that will stand the test of time,” the listing states.
Palazzo Vittoria front the Broadwater with epic island views.
You can even host private dinner parties.
The highest sale price on the Sovereign Islands is $20m for 7-13 King Arthurs Court — billionaire Clive Palmer bought the property in 2020.
The Isle of Capri in Surfers Paradise hold the title of the Gold Coast’s most expensive house which sold in 2020.
The estate at 41-45 The Promenade fetched $27m.
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