Quirky: Hendecagon 11-sided Gold Coast house on the market

51 Boab St, Elanora is on the market at offers over $700,000.
BUYERS will have to think outside the square when they inspect this quirky 11-sided house on the Gold Coast.
The “hendecagon” house at Elanora is attracting plenty of attention with its floor plan that is just as unique as it is innovative.
It stands out from all angles!
It’s in a leafy pocket of Elanora.
The deck looks out to the Hinterland.
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“It certainly is a really interesting property,” said marketing agent Sarah Tanner, of McGrath Estate Agents.
“It’s one-of-a-kind and there isn’t another property like it in Elanora.
“I think buyers will appreciate the super private position and the beautiful views on offer.”
The 11-sided floorplan.
The 968 sqm property is on the market at offers over $700,000 and is potentially competing with the suburb’s townhouse market, Ms Tanner said.
“It’s been rented for a number of years and the owner is in Victoria and looking at selling the property,” she said.
“We’ve had some had some good early interest in the property and a couple of offers.
“It’s probably one of Elanora’s best valued homes if you’re looking for a freestanding home and a good sized block.
The kitchen.
“The key target markets are owner-occupier young families or those who are looking for a block with an opportunity to do something with.
The three-bedroom house has a 180 degree wraparound terrace, open plan living and dining spaces, timber kitchen, and terraced gardens.
Property records reveal the vendor paid $452,000 for 51 Boab St in 2017.

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