LISTING OF THE Day
Location: Gold Coastline, Queensland, Australia
Rate: A$50 million (US$37.58 million)
Bellagio La Villa, a grand estate in Australia’s surfer-loaded Gold Coastline, presides above far more than 118 acres that include manicured grounds, official gardens, horse stables and open land primary for progress.
“The listing price is a household document for the place,” mentioned Paul Arthur, CEO of Queensland Sotheby’s Intercontinental Realty, who detailed it in June with Lulu Pallier, principal of Sydney Sotheby’s Intercontinental Realty. “The sheer scale and dimension of the estate—properties nearby sit on heaps of 1 to 2 acres—and its proximity to one of Australia’s favored shorelines, Burleigh Heads, remaining only an eight-minute push away, stand for an exceptionally distinctive opportunity.”
The villa, which was developed about 25 decades in the past, is in the suburb of Tallebudgera. On a 36-acre parcel of the estate guiding gilded wrought-iron gates, it is achieved via a tree-lined push. The inside has marble flooring, an imperial staircase and 18th-century cornices and crystal chandeliers.
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The nearly 27,000-square-foot principal residence has 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
The residence is organized around a courtyard that has a water feature and statuary.
Its primary living place has a two-story, curved image window overlooking the courtyard. The primary bed room has dual dressing rooms and double freestanding bathtubs that are established in a windowed alcove. The eating area is made for massive-scale entertaining. There is a grooming salon for resident puppies and cats (it’s decorated in pink), a heated indoor swimming pool, a fully geared up health club and a six-car greenhouse-model garage with a marble flooring and crystal chandeliers. The house also features a caretaker’s cottage.
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Tallebudgera, which Mr. Arthur stated attracts the “young affluent,” only has about 4,000 citizens. The area—a combine of farm and horse land and residences—is a 15-minute push from the intercontinental Gold Coast Airport and an hour from the intercontinental Brisbane Airport.
“Tallebudgera and the encompassing suburbs on the Gold Coastline have observed a solid demand from customers and attraction because of to benefit for money, which is really evident when you assess home costs in the Gold Coastline to Sydney or Melbourne,” Mr. Arthur explained.
Some 10 million vacationers stop by
the country’s sixth-greatest metropolis, each and every year. They occur for the sunny weather, the world-course browsing beaches, the nightlife, the theme parks and the rainforest of its hinterland region.
The town also is the 3rd-largest movie production centre in the nation.
Brokers: Paul Arthur, Queensland Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty and Lulu Pallier, Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty
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