Resort life at home
A Gold Coast mansion sold under the hammer on the weekend for more than $5 million
A WATERFRONT mansion resembling a private, luxury retreat has sold under the hammer for more than $5 million.
The Bundall property at 13-17 Binda Place fetched $5.01 million at auction on Sunday.
Prestige Property Agents principal Amir Mian, who marketed the home, said the bidding started at $4.9 million.
“We had three bidders and people from Brisbane bought it,” he said.
“They liked the space, the tennis court ... and the open floorplan.”
He said it was a great result following a strong campaign.
“We had strong interest during the campaign, some from interstate buyers as well,” Mr Mian said.
The sprawling property, which sits on three blocks, blends classic elegance with a tropical resort.
Marble, limestone and wood accentuate the home’s opulence while extravagant light fixtures are standout features in almost every room.
It has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms with a resort-style pool, sauna, tennis court, office, library, wine cellar and gym among its standout features.
Sellers Gregory Campbell and Beckie Pearson Campbell bought the property in 2016 and wasted no time turning it into the luxurious property it is today.
“We set about renovating and decorating each of the rooms to maximise the liveability while Greg concentrated on the renovation of the resort pool area,” Mrs Pearson Campbell said in May. “It has been such a joy to live in our own resort.”
13-17 Binda Place, Bundall sold under the hammer for $5.01 million.