A big-screen take on the 60s cartoon Scooby Doo was filmed on the Gold Coast in 2001. Pictured (L to R): director Raja Gosnell and actors Matthew Lillard, Freddy Prinze Jr, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Linda Cardellini
An acreage home listed in the Gold Coast Hinterland comes with a wild collection of authentic movie props from cult classics from the last 30 years.
Homeowners Peter and Jody-Lee Fitness built a mind-blowing cinematic collection over their careers working in the Australian film industry and incorporated a unique series of props into their Tallebudgera Valley property.
Spot the Scooby Doo scuplture by the pool
The dual-living estate goes to auction in January, with the new owner taking possession of items featured in blockbusters including Scooby Doo, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Peter Pan, Ghost Rider and King Kong Skull Island.
Set over a 1.04ha parcel at 129 Monday Dr, the property is marketed by Professionals agents, Brenden Musca and Mitchell Backler.
129 Monday Drive, Tallebudgera Valley
The angel from Ghost Rider guards the driveway to the home
Among silver screen highlights buyers will discover onsite, the shed houses hatch doors from Peter Pan that can be seen on the deck of the pirate ship in the movie.
By the pool is a one-of-a-kind sculpture featured on the set of Scooby Doo.
“All of the props are so unique and add such a personal touch to the property,” Ms Fitness said.
“My personal favourite is the angel from Ghost Rider that greets you up the driveway.”
John Goodman in a scene from King Kong: Skull Island.
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The property has two full-sized houses, a private dam and pond, scenic valley views and abundant bird life.
“When you first drive into the property you get a feeling of true serenity and relaxation,” Ms Fitness said.
“The property has a microclimate of its own. It can rain even when it’s not raining on the coast.”
The property has two houses
Doors from the Peter Pan pirate ship were used for the shed
The main house has four bedrooms, polished timber floors, a large entertaining area and a tropical in-ground pool at the rear, while the secondary residence holds investment or holiday letting potential, with three bedrooms, polished concrete floors and a modern kitchen.
“After 20 years of living here, it is very sad to let go of this property. It’s like a world of its own,” Ms Fitness said.
Property records show the house last sold for $390,000 in 2003.
A scene from Columbia Pictures’ Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
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