ONE of a Gold Coast’s many distinguished mansions could be yours for a whopping $12.5 million reduction than a tip strange seeking price.
The Versace-styled Sails, during 2585 Gracemere Circuit, North Hope Island, was listed during $16.5 million progressing this year and was once listed for $25 million, before being remarketed this week for a comparatively inexpensive $12.5 million.
Marketing agents Michelle and Jose St Ange, of Ray White Hope Island, pronounced a pretentious six-bedroom, 10-bathroom house, that sits on a 5371sq m block, was now good and truly labelled to sell, charity a cashed-up customer one of a many isolated slices of a Hope Island Resort estate.
The property, owned by former Fraser Island vessel and review operators Sid Melksham and Angela Burger, contains a vast private pontoon, 3 levels of luxury, a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a tiered entertainment and a entirely self-contained penthouse on a tip level.
Mr St Ange pronounced a land alone would be value about $6 million, while a residence cost about $6 million to build in 2004. It was afterwards owned by vessel play Gary Chuck, who creatively put a $25 million cost tab on it in 2007. During a debate he was presented a $16 million money offer though knocked it back.
Shortly after Mr Chuck got into financial struggle and administrators changed in to sell a disdainful pad for $9.75 million in 2008, according to RP Data.
“This is one of a excellent homes, it has only been so good designed,” Mr St Ange said.
“It’s even prosaic on a roof so we could land a helicopter.
“It’s an inexpensive home in a place where life is really different.”
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