Sunshine Coast sale will be a record
Sunshine Coast house price records could be smashed if a property in the hinterland with its own golf course achieves its asking price.
The Tinbeerwah property, known as The Eagles Nest is on the market for $17.5 million.
The current record was set in December 2007 when a six-bedroom home at 430 Sunrise Rd, Tinbeerwah was sold for $8 million, according to RP Data.
In nearby Noosa Heads a five-bedroom waterfront property at 17 Witta Circle sold in July 2007 for $7.6 million.
The Eagles Nest is a hilltop property on 60.7ha with a private 18-hole golf course.
The home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three living rooms as well as a spa room and a servant’s quarter.
Outside sandstone terracing surrounds a wet-edge pool and there is a Teppanyaki hut and a full-size tennis court.
Set hundreds of metres above sea level, the estate has hinterland and coastal views.
The house was designed by the current owners and Brisbane architect Con Zahos with a 150-year-old fig tree as the centrepiece.
The golf course is set on undulating hills and includes water obstacles and bunkers.
RP Data records reveal the land was purchased in March 1996 for $1.025 million by Tonlet Pty Ltd.
The property is being marketed by Nicolette van Wijngaarden of Unique Estates Australia, who declined to comment.
Noosa real estate agent Tom Offermann, of Tom Offermann Real Estate, said the prestige market had been quite active this year.
“We’ve had lots of sales in the five to six million range in the past six months,” he said.
“While values are slowly picking up, buyers are returning to the Noosa market and taking advantage of prices still at 2006 levels.”
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