Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach. Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach. Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach. Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach. Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach.A BOUTIQUE Palm Beach apartment project is selling full-floor apartments with prices starting at $3.4 million.The beachfront Jefferson Lane will include seven exclusive apartments with a top-floor penthouse.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom floor plans span between 252sq m and 335sq m.DP Project Marketing agent Nikki Paterson said the $26 million development by Jefferson Lane Projects offered an “elegant, unique beachfront lifestyle in a central Gold Coast location”.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“Jefferson Lane Palm Beach is finally being recognised as the most exquisite, exclusive beachfront precinct on the eastern seaboard of Australia,” she said. “Once it’s gone its gone.”Apartments include two car parking spaces, European appliances, luxury finishes and private balconies for beachfront entertaining.There will also be a rooftop terrace with unobstructed views of the coastline.
11 Bartlett Avenue, MundingburraUpstairs offers a dedicated bedroom wing, kitchen, dining and another large room which could be a lounge or a formal family space.Upstairs front and back patios are also a feature.There’s still room for adding your own upgrades and styling.“Mundingburra is also one of those suburbs with big trees. It’s just a nice place to live for a family,” Mr Spinella said.“Mundingburra is definitely becoming more popular again with more than 40 properties on the market.” YOU just have to take one look at this property to understand why it has won over the hearts and minds of a Townsville family.Currently under contract in the high $400,000s, 11 Bartlett Ave in Mundingburra is set to become home to a growing family after only four weeks on the market.Listing agent Giovanni Spinella, who took the property to auction this month, said it was the property’s size that helped seal the deal.“The home sits in a unique pocket and the size of the home is just unheard of,” he said. “There are only 15 homes in the street and they all sit on large-sized land parcels.” 11 Bartlett Avenue, MundingburraThe 1591sq m allotment was certainly a rare find for its new owners, with the home located in the centre of town with its own bore water. There is a wonderful large concrete swimming pool and with the two big shady mango trees this is the best place to enjoy the many holidays and seasons ahead.The classic double-storey brick home has plenty of space to enjoy.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 2020The two levels are joined internally with a classic marble staircase which adds so much character to the residence.Downstairs has two garages and a massive living area with a bar area, office and bathroom and a fully self-contained granny flat which is perfect for visitors or the extended family.
Brisbane auctioneer, Phill Broom, is about to declare 31 Addison Road, Graceville “SOLD!” to the highest bidder.‘Move fast’ must be the mantra for the buyers of this beautiful property at 31 Addison Road, Graceville. 73 Goodwood Street, Hendra’s raw, beachy look helped bring in buyers.The five-bedroom home had a distinctly raw but appealing finish to its renovation.Ray White Ascot marketing consultant, Ian Cuneo, said while the event didn’t yield a sale under the hammer, post-auction negotiations eventually saw the home sold for $890,000. 11 Panorama Street, Ashgrove also had a cracking result with six registered bidders fronting up to help achieve an $875,000 sale price. 22 The Anchorage, Noosa Waters was the perfect picture of prestige canal-front living.This was a classic Noosa canal-front home with five-bedroom, five-bathroom accommodation, open plan living, stunning outdoor entertaining and a pontoon.Mr Macdonald said the event was spirited.“There were actually four registered bidders in the end with an opening bid of $2.5 million — it was active bidding all the way.”Mr Macdonald said the level of activity among cashed-up buyers in the Noosa area has been on the rise.“If you’ve got money and you’re heading to Queensland, then you’re heading to Noosa,” he said.You can follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair or Facebook at Kieran Clair – journo 54 Agnes Street, Auchenflower was hotly contested.This was a beautifully renovated five-bedder that was stunningly finished with a fine balance between contemporary upgrades and traditional features, and with picture-perfect suburban views from its deck.Space property agent Judi O’Dea oversaw proceeding and reports were it took an hour to get from the opening bid of $1 million to the final price as four registered bidders tussled it out.The new owners, who were originally from Perth, brought their kids along to the event and decided a quick game of backyard footy during the proceedings would be a handy diversion.A deal was also inked on 73 Goodwood Street, Hendra today. You won’t go wrong with an Ashgrove renovator.A modest little number in an absolutely cracking location, this two-bedroom cottage was always going to bring in buyers looking to add their special touch to the home.The Auction Group’s Gordon Macdonald oversaw a mega outcome at 22 The Anchorage, Noosa Waters as well, with the hammer falling at $3.27 million. 31 Addison Road, Graceville was bursting with beautiful architectural features.The five bedroom home, which had a touch of ‘industrial modernism’ about it, offered a seriously good standard of workmanship throughout. Apart from its striking internal features, there was also a pool with a detached studio available to the new owners.Belle Property Sherwood marketing agent, Nikala O’Brien, said the design certainly brought in the buyers.“We’ve had 39 groups through in four weeks,” Ms O’Brien said.“The initial home was just the area above the now three-car garage, so most of this home is a whole new wing to the property,” she said.Ms O’Brien said the owner designed it with Ziegler Build — the creative minds behind Graceville’s well-known shipping container home. When the auctioneer, Phill Broom, called for opening bids, the silence was deafening. Then one brave soul raised the paddle and called $1.2 million to get things underway. Brisbane auctioneer, Phill Broom, keeps things moving at 31 Addison Road, Graceville.Three bidders tussled for pole position until a pause in proceeding at $1.58 million.It was a bit of negotiation that saw the highest bidder raise their offer to $1.675 million and the home was officially on the market. No other contenders stepped forward and Mr Broom declared the home, “Sold!”The new owners, who asked not to be named, are Australian expats coming home from a stretch in Hong Kong.“I only saw it this morning. I just flew in,” said the buyer.The buyer said he, his wife and four children will be overwhelmed by space after living in a tiny home overseas that saw the kids sharing one bedroom.“We’ve been living in a place that’s only this big,” he said, gesturing to just the open plan kitchen and lounge of his new acquisition.With over 344sq m of living to explore, there will be no end of hide and seek for the family.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor1 hour agoIn other results 54 Agnes Street, Auchenflower found a buyer at $1.445 million.
One of the living areas at 3 Plunkett St, Burpengary East.Nestled in the Northwood Estate, the home has five bedrooms and two bathrooms, with Mrs Marr saying it was the perfect place for them to build their home all those years ago.“We liked the fact it’s not a very big estate and we’ve only got seven houses in our cul-de-sac,” Mrs Marr said.“By and large, it’s quite a peaceful place.” The home at 3 Plunkett St, Burpengary East, is up for sale.Convenience was the key when David and Robyn Marr bought land at Burpengary East 14 years ago.On the 2 acre block, the couple built the ultimate family home, excited to enjoy the peace and quiet while also maintaining easy access to the Bruce Highway.“It’s so accessible to the north and south,” Mrs Marr said. The bathrooms are modern.Down the entry hallway is a dining and lounge room, followed by an open-plan kitchen, living, dining and rumpus room. Three more bedrooms, a bathroom and a full laundry are privately tucked away to the side.There is also a double lockup garage with large storage area, and a massive undercover alfresco dining space. The master suite has room for a parent’s retreat. The outdoor entertaining area at 3 Plunkett St, Burpengary East.The home has a ducted vacuum, split-system airconditioning and ceiling speakers throughout.While Mr and Mrs Marr have enjoyed their home for more than a decade, it has come time for them to downsize as it is just the two of them.Mrs Marr said that her brother previously owned the property next door.“We like to sit out in the rumpus room quite a bit and just relax,” Mrs Marr said. A large kitchen for aspiring chefs.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The one-level home opens up to an entry, which gives access to a study and mud room to the right, and the master suite on the left.The master features an ensuite with a double vanity and double shower, walk-in wardrobe and parents’ retreat.