26-28 Karina Cres, Broadbeach Waters. 26-28 Karina Cres, Broadbeach Waters sold for $2.2 million.A DOUBLE block on a Gold Coast canal has sold for $2.2 million.The Broadbeach Waters property at 26-28 Karina Cres is 1556sq m with 23m of water frontage.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoEach block has own street access.The four-bedroom home features living and dining areas, high ceilings, two master bedrooms while outside there is a pool, tennis court, pontoon and boat ramp.Ray White Broadbeach agents Sam Guo and Julia Kuo negotiated the sale. 26-28 Karina Cres, Broadbeach Waters.
Fivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.“The building takes advantage of its corner site and the 360 degree of views across the Nerang River to the skyline views of Surfers Paradise, Southport, the Pacific Ocean and beyond,” he said.“The floor plans were refined with service areas discretely tucked away and living areas grouped to provide wide, open-plan living spaces with continuous balconies in what we term a sky terrace format.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“The ground floor, set within wide gardens, contains apartments with generous outdoor terraces as well as community space containing a gym, lounge and garden area.” GCB Property Fivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.WRAP-AROUND terraces and large balconies bring the focus outdoors at a new Southport CBD apartment project.Fivechester Terrace is a six-level building comprising 26 two and three-bedroom apartments.The project by Gold Coast construction company Rawcorp was designed by Inarc Design QLD to suit the local lifestyle and the location’s sweeping views.Inarc director Daniel Dziadyk said the design focus was “to plan them big”. Fivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.The two-bedroom apartments on levels two to four have wide balconies to create outdoor living areas with water or hinterland views.Main bedrooms have projected bay window bays to capture water views.There are three penthouses on the upper levels, including two with three bedrooms plus a study and wraparound terraces. Most also feature a separate, exclusive use storage unit.Apartments in Fivechester Terrace range from 100sq m to 220sq m with prices starting at $481,000.Construction is already well under way, with completion expected in April. A number of apartments are already sold.Marketing agent Kyia Maidens said the spacious designs and prime location were drawing buyers.“The location is a key selling point as it is central, but tucked away in a quiet area without the noise and congestion of main road traffic,” she said.“The apartments have been designed to appeal to the owner-occupier, with plenty of space, privacy and storage. “The design is modern and sophisticated, with a warm and homely feel which is enhanced by the neutral colour palette which will allow residents to add their own personality to their new home.”
6 High Peak Cres, Springfield.The inside of the home has had a fresh coat of paint.Mr Coupland said the four-bedrooms have walk-in robes and airconditioning.The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe.With two rainwater tanks already on the sprawling block of land, Mr Coupland said there was always the opportunity for the new homeowner to put in a swimming pool. The current owners of this home at 6 High Peak Cres, Springfield are ready to downsize.They have owned the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home for 17 years, however, are still looking to stay in the area. 6 High Peak Cres, Springfield. 6 High Peak Cres, Springfield.The large laundry is separate to the double lockup garage and powder room. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The kitchen is fully equipped and ready for the family chef, Mr Coupland said.Mr Coupland said side access to the 849sq m yard was available via a large electric gate, giving plenty of room for the kids to run around and even kick a ball – just like in the old days. “There is also room there to put in a pool, if you desire,” Mr Coupland said.“There is a large pergola with access to the family room, water tanks and a large garden shed completes the outside.” 6 High Peak Cres, Springfield.First National Springfield selling agent Neil Coupland said it was a rare opportunity to secure a large home on a superb block of land so conveniently close to everything.He said the home was within walking distance to schools, shops and the Springfield train station.The ground floor features a formal lounge, large tiled family area complete with split-system airconditioning, a formal dining or study.
The open plan living and dining area opens to the back deck.The spacious master bedroom has an ensuite and an oversized built-in wardrobe while the three other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The home has a neutral colour scheme, timber floors downstairs, new carpet upstairs and ducted airconditioning. Outside, there is a low-maintenance yard, two large garden sheds and a cubby house for the kids. A sunken lounge is at the front of the home.Ray White Shailer Park marketing agent, Natalia Nicholson, said the chef’s kitchen had a Blanco 900mm oven and gas cooktop, soft close drawers, a Miele dishwasher, white cabinetry and timber benchtops.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019A powder room and linen cupboard are just off the kitchen.Internal stairs lead to the upstairs living area and the luxurious family bathroom with separate bathtub, shower and chandelier. The bathroom has a glamorous feel.There is a double lockup garage to keep the cars out of the weather and side access for the boat, caravan or trailer.“This stunning family home is ideally located in the Logandale Estate, which boasts 24/7 security, a swimming pool and tennis courts,” Ms Nicholson said. “The home is also a short walk from the Riverlakes Golf Course located in the estate.” The home at 26 Penina Cct, Cornubia is for sale.THIS modern two-storey home in a secured estate is new to the market in Cornubia.The property at 26 Penina Cct has four bedrooms, three living areas, two full bathrooms and a powder room. The front door opens to a foyer, a formal dining room and a sunken formal living area with built-in bookshelves. Further in, the open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining areas flow out through sliding doors to a entertaining deck.
The home at 28 Bluegum Drive, Marsden sold under the hammer.The Marsden real estate market is heating up as one agent sells three properties on the one street. Avi Kumar of LJ Hooker Browns Plains sold 28 Bluegum Drive under the hammer for $550,000 last Saturday. “For the auction, we had quite a bit of interest and we had about nine people looking to buy the property,” he said. “The property had development approval (for subdivision), which added to its appeal.“The home sold under the hammer after a bit of back and forth and some negotiations. “The owners were very happy with the sale price.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Kumar also sold 76 Bluegum Drive for $465,000 prior to auction, which was also scheduled for Saturday, and he currently has a third property on the same street under contract.Mr Kumar said most of the interest in the properties was from investors or buyers looking to subdivide.“Bluegum Drive has big blocks with two street frontages and a few have already been subdivided,” he said. “Other people are looking at those blocks and seeing what could be done.”Mr Kumar said the Marsden market was “heading northward”.“The market is good compared to a couple of years ago,” he said. “There are a lot of half a million dollar sales happening in Marsden where the same streets were around the $400,000 mark not too long ago.”“I’m getting a lot of inquiries, especially from Sydney investors.”
2/39 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach.A three-bedroom Mermaid Beach villa on the Coast’s priciest suburb has sold for $975,000.Andrew Ramsey from Black Label Property helped sealed the deal for the 100sq m home at 2/39 Peerless Ave.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“It has been refurbished with a timeless classic style and open spaces,” Ramsey said. “It is a beautifully presented home ready for the new buyers to move straight in.Positioned 100 steps from the front door to the beach, the property features stylish silky oak floor boards in the downstairs living areas and 3m high ceilings.The property comes with a back yard patio with a protected awning for outdoor entertaining.2/39 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach
105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise.They bought the home in 2000 but in 2006 their family was starting to out grow it.“I was pregnant with twins and we already had two kids,” Mrs McPhee said. “We really liked the location and the house so we decided to move into a bigger house but hang on to No. 105 Stanhill Drive. 105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise.“It was one of those feel good homes that you could walk straight into.“We had development approval plans to build another house on the block with three-levels and a car basement but we never got around to it.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe north facing property includes timber finishes in the kitchen as well as natural light and high ceilings. 105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise.“From the front it doesn’t seem like a huge home but the design really takes advantage of the space,” Mrs McPhee said.Mrs McPhee said the backyard is what first attracted them to the property. 105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise.MAGICAL is the word homeowners Yvonne and Jay McPhee use to sum up the vista from their waterfront property. “We have loved sitting on the back deck watching the water in the evening,” Mrs McPhee said. “When the water is completely still you can see the high-rises mirrored there. It is a surreal view with so many lights twinkling in the water and sky.” 105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise.“Its an older style Gold Coast property so it was built really close to the water, the deck comes out to the pontoon.”The 635sq m single-level home comes with 24m north-to-river frontage and a wood heater. ON THE MARKET 105 Stanhill Drive, Surfers Paradise 4 3 2Agent: Jordan Williams and Michael Kollosche, Kollosche Prestige Agents BroadbeachFeatures: Courtyard, swimming pool and pontoonArea: 635sq mAuction: July 9, 10am, on-site
31 Saltwater Drive, Toomulla“We had more than 30 people through this home which is a lot for this calibre of property and location,” Ms Gough said.“We also had one other offer form a farming family in the Burdekin who were looking for a beachside home up and down the coast.“There does seem to be a renewal in the beachfront property market as more buyers chase home with an ocean scape or really anything that has a views.“It’s the lifestyle that attracts people from near and far and of course prices are still relatively low here when compared to other markets.” 31 Saltwater Drive, ToomullaSituated in the peaceful seaside suburb of Toomulla, the home is perched in an elevated position with absolute ocean frontage affording 200 degree views that are endless. The home is about 740sq m under roof and spans over three levels with four bedrooms and three bathrooms and decks on all levels overlooking the ocean, beach and rock faces.The home also comes with a saltwater pool and spa — making this property the perfect entertainer. Allison Gough, Explore Property Sales Consultant and Sammy Davies (white top), PA to Allison, both in front of the property and walking on the beach with house above.The stunning multi-level home eventually sold to a private, out-of-town buyer who acquired the property as a holiday home.“The buyer was predominantly looking to purchase a home at Yarrawonga but then came across this property and found it to be really good value for money,” Ms Gough said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020And value for money this home most certainly is. 31 Saltwater Drive, ToomullaTOWNSVILLE’S most exclusive beachside mansion has sold for a cool $1.4 million.It is the highest residential sale price recorded for the suburb in 15 years, despite the property selling for $170,000 more than when last purchased in 2014 according to Core Logic.Listing agent Allison Gough said the property attracted much interest during its 58 days on the market.
46 Burlington Street, East Brisbane.The property, in one of Brisbane’s blue-chip suburbs, sold on September 5 for $990,000.The buyers have the choice to keep the property as it stands and land bank, transform the Queensland into a family home, or renovate the existing house and build a further two dwellings.“This was a rare opportunity to secure a sensational parcel of prime East Brisbane real estate enjoying great development potential,” Ms Roche said.The property is a short stroll to the iconic Gabba Cricket Ground, Churchie, bus transport, Mowbray Park City Cat Terminal, local parks and an array of restaurants, cafes and wine bars. 46 Burlington Street, East Brisbane.A four-bedroom, one-bathroom property at East Brisbane has sold for just shy of $1 million.Ray White – East Brisbane selling agent Madi Roche marketed the property at 46 Burlington St as being “ready to go with DA approval confirmed”.“Envisage three freehold dwellings on this 607sq m allotment (existing dwelling plus two townhouses),” she said in her realestate.com.au listing.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“The approved plans will be available to all genuine buyers.”
Clint Hynes is now one of Australasia’s most successful real estate agents.Mr Hynes is deeply involved with the Wandering Warriors charity, which helps ex-commando and SAS servicemen. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford (right) receives his award.A former Australian Special Forces soldier turned Gold Coast property superstar has landed a place on the 2017 A List real estate industry award honour roll. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford was named an A List Excellence award winner, as a top 10 agent who is engaged with his community. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes in Afghanistan in 2008.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoEach year, 150 Queensland agents are revealed as the state’s top performers, using sales data from 16,500 registered salespeople. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes (left) served four tours in Afghanistan.Mr Hynes told the Gold Coast Bulletin of the toll of military life last year, and detailed histransition from a decorated, 13-year army career in 2012, including four tours of Afghanistan, to fast-rising real estate agent. Clint Hynes on stage at the A List event.He quickly notched up accolades including Ray White’s Queensland Rising Star in his rookie year, and become the fastest agent in the company’s history to reach Elite member status, and Chairman Elite status across its Australasian agencies. The 150 A List recipients gathered in Brisbane for an awards and motivational event.