Secret $20 million Surfers Paradise sale

North Point at Surfers Paradise.
A MASSIVE Surfers Paradise mansion known as North Point has sold in a secret deal for $20 million.
It’s understood the buyer is from a prominent Gold Coast legal family who snapped up the property at 91 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters in an off-market deal.
Property records reveal vendor Dr Zelle Pullich took ownership of the block in 2016 before demolishing the house and building the sprawling mansion.

North Point fron the river. Source: Jared Poole Design
North Point from the front. Source: Jared Poole Design
The property had been in her family since 2007 when father-in-law Peter Puljich paid $5.7 million for it.
The agents behind the sale, Amir Mian alongside Victoria Fleri of Amir Prestige, confirmed the property had sold but declined to provide details.
“It’s one of the best-quality homes we have come across,” Mr Mian said.
The house was designed by Jared Poole Design and sits on a prominent stretch of the Nerang River.

North Point at Surfers Paradise. Source: Jared Poole Design
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It is gated from the front with a stone driveway and palm trees flanking the entry.
There is extensive use of stone, timber and white finishes while a resort-style pool overlooks the river.
The sale, the highest in Surfers Paradise this year, is expected to settle in the new year.

10 Maryland Ave, Carrara sold for $20 million in June.
It follows a string of mega sales in recent months including 1 Heron Ave, Mermaid Beach which sold for $19 million in June and 10 Maryland Ave, Carrara which sold for $20 million, also in June.
Another Mermaid Beach mansion at 213 Hedges Ave, sold for $21.75 million in March while a luxury Main Beach penthouse traded for $19 million in April.

1 Heron Ave, Mermaid Beach sold for $19 million in June.
While refusing to comment on the sale, Mr Mian said the Gold Coast’s top-end market continued to attract mega prices and did not see that trend slowing despite a shifting market.
“There’s massive depth in the prestige market,” Mr Mian said.
“There’s such a shortage of these big luxury homes and still a huge demand for them.”
The highest sale on the Gold Coast is a three-level house on a sprawling Isle of Capri estate at 41-45 The Promenade that sold in 2020 for $27 million.

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