It’s a big weekend for Gold Coast real estate with a string of popular properties including “Australia’s best home” going under the hammer.
It follows a mammoth year of auction results on the Gold Coast with Southport mansion Alston breaking the Qld auction record when it sold in September for $24.8m.
It came two months after a mansion on the Isle of Capri sold at auction for $24m.
Dahlia Estate at 53 Gibsonville St, Tallebudgera Valley goes to auction on December 8.
Kicking proceedings off early on Friday is the auction of showstopper property Dahlia Estate.
The five-bedroom house built into the side of a hill at Tallebudgera Valley first hit the market in March via an expressions of interest campaign.
With a long list of luxury features including a helipad, outdoor gym, resort-style pool and tennis court, it didn’t take long for the sprawling estate to appear among the country’s most popular properties on real estate portal realestate.com.au.
Vendors Ross and Ashley Hankin last month decided to auction the property with a fresh new marketing push.
Dahlia goes under the hammer through Kollosche’s Troy Dowker at 10am on December 8.
Palm House at 6 Donald Ave, Paradise Point.
In Paradise Point, a property known as Palm House has racked up plenty of interest according to agent Matt MacKelden, of Smith & Co Realty.
“The response to Palm House has been nothing short of phenomenal,” Mr MacKelden said.
“From the outset, we knew Palm House was special and deserved a campaign that reflected its uniqueness.”
The property at 6 Donald Ave includes interiors inspired by Californian design, and an inviting Palm Springs-style pool with a cabana.
“It’s a home that promises a lifestyle of elegance and ease,” Mr MacKelden said.
Palm House will go to auction on December 8 at noon.
28 Naranga Ave, Broadbeach Waters goes to auction on December 10.
Further south and a Broadbeach Waters house, which was the most viewed Gold Coast property going to auction this week on realestate.com.au, will be offered to the market on Sunday.
The house at 28 Naranga Ave has been totally reimagined in a major makeover that combines relaxed Mediterranean living with a touch of New York chic.
Double height ceilings and a central void offer a nod to luxe Big Apple living, while soft curves and sun- soaked outdoor entertaining areas encapsulate the feel of the Greek Islands.
It goes to auction at 9am on December 10 through Kollosche’s John and Nicole Mayer.
Meanwhile, a mega mansion marketed as “the best house in Australia” will be offered at auction on Sunday.
26-34 Knightsbridge Pde East, Sovereign Islands goes to auction on December 10.
Palazzo Vittoria, previously known as Villa Vittoria, is set across five north-facing blocks at on the Gold Coast’s Sovereign Islands.
It was the third most viewed property on the Gold Coast going to auction this week on realestate.com.au.
It has been on and off the market with different agents since October, 2019.
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.
Buyers have been told to “disregard all previous pricing” in anticipation it will be sold.
Palazzo Vittoria goes under the hammer through Amir Prestige’s Amir Mian, and Alex and Victoria Fleri at 11am on December 10.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au