Qld prize home multi-millionaire makes a million more selling up

The Tallebudgera Valley home was part of a $2.4m prize home package.
A man who won a $2.4m Queensland prize home package made himself a millionaire all over again after selling the property off one year after winning it with a $15 ticket.
The tight Gold Coast real estate market – which looks set to remain close to peak levels heading into 2023 – drove up the value of the prize home dramatically, according to agent Scott Keatley of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty.

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The home was part of the YourTown lottery.
The home was sold fully furnished with the $162,000 worth of furniture and electricals that were part of the lottery.
Meticulous attention to detail across the site.
“The market is still very strong for good quality property on the Gold Coast.”
The four bedroom, two bathroom, two car garage home sits on 1.05ha stretching from the roadside to Tallebudgera Creek. It sold for $3.83m, with the deal settled two weeks ago.
“For the land size and house size it was a new record.”
Mr Keatley said the Tallebudgera Creek Road home in Tallebudgera Valley was the most viewed property in Australia for three weeks running leading up to its sale.
The open plan living space with concrete floors.
Wood touches throughout the home break up the dark tones the designers favoured.
The home has a large green space leading down to the creek.
“It’s a highly appealing design and ready to go. People from all over Australia showed interest but in the end it went to a local buyer who lived 2kms away. It was a good outcome.”
He said the home was “very well received”.
The former prize home was architecturally designed and wrapped in a black Colorbond exterior with soaring cathedral ceilings, a gourmet kitchen with Laminam Ossido Nero benches and integrated appliances including the refrigerator and dishwasher.
The pool is surrounded by a safety glass fence.
The built-in barbecue and bar leading out to an open firepit space.
The terrace has a built-in BBQ and bar, and the home also has a separate firepit entertaining area and a large pool zone.
The home is 10 minutes from Currumbin Beach and 13 minutes from Burleigh Beach.

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