On top of the world

A sub­lime Surfers Par­adise lux­ury pent­house has fetched al­most $4 mil­lion in a mega prop­erty deal

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - NEWS - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

A SPEC­TAC­U­LAR Surfers Par­adise pent­house has sold for al­most $4 mil­lion.

A Bris­bane-based buyer snapped up the tro­phy home, perched on the 39th and 40th floors of the well-known Sun City tower, be­fore its sched­uled auc­tion.

Tolemy Steven of Har­courts Coastal han­dled the sale but re­mained tight-lipped on the price.

“There was an over­whelm­ing re­sponse from both in­ter­state and over­seas buy­ers with a lot of high net worth and gen­uine buy­ers out of Syd­ney, Mel­bourne and Bris­bane,” Mr Stevens said.

“The buy­ers will use the prop­erty as their lux­ury hol­i­day home. The pent­house ticked all of their boxes – they had been look­ing for quite a while, how­ever, af­ter they had con­ducted a two-hour long in­spec­tion they knew they had to own it.”

The pres­tige res­i­dence of­fers ev­er­chang­ing vis­tas from every room with an ar­ray of for­mal and in­for­mal liv­ing and din­ing ar­eas through­out.

The main bed­room is tucked away in its own se­cluded wing and fea­tures a spa en­suite over­look­ing the ocean and city.

The other two en­suited bed­rooms also of­fer sweep­ing views, from Mt Warn­ing to North Strad­broke Is­land.

The sec­ond floor has a heated pool, sauna, and out­door bar­be­cue kitchen. A fourth bed­room or of­fice and un­der­cover en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas are also on this level.

“The Sun City pent­house is an ex­tremely unique piece of blue chip real es­tate,” he said.

“It’s got all of the fea­tures ev­ery­one al­ways dreams of when they’re look­ing for a Gold Coast hol­i­day home and it’s got that ‘wow fac­tor’. It’s one of the most spec­tac­u­lar pent­houses I’ve mar­keted.”

The prop­erty first hit the mar­ket last month and was sched­uled to go to un­der the ham­mer on July 21.

3902/3400 Surfers Par­adise Blvd, Surfers Par­adise, has sold for al­most $4 mil­lion.

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