This car will be thrown in for free for the buyer of this luxurious Carindale home.
SOME throw in free wi-fi, barbecue sets or window tinting, but a Queensland seller has gone to a whole new level giving away a new car with the sale of his designer house.
The new four bedroom, three bathroom designer home in Carindale was just a 20-minute drive southwest of Brisbane’s CBD.
Place Woolloongabba is marketing it as “capturing breathtaking area and mountain views”.
“This magnificent new hilltop residence holds a secret gift for the lucky buyer in its garage. A brand new Mazda 2,” was how the firm listed it.
The home at 5 Rosebury Court — and most likely the car as well — has been set to open for inspection this Saturday from 11.15-11.45am.
The house at 5 Rosebury Court, Carindale, also has a pool.
High quality finishes across the home.
Its high position gives its good views across surroundings suburbs.
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It’s a significant step up from other freebies currently on offer in the Queensland market — though a unit in The Hilton Hotel on the Gold Coast is pretty tempting.
The seller of the 87 sqm two bedroom, two bathroom apartment at 11502/3113 Surfers Paradise Boulevarde has “slashed” the price on the property — which includes free wi-fi, premium Foxtel, CD/DVD, ducted airconditioning and a free carpark.
11502/3113 Surfers Paradise Boulevarde, Surfers Paradise, is located in the Hilton Hotel.
There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms in the apartment.
Owners can use facilities in the five star hotel.
“As an owner of an apartment in this 5 star hotel, you also have full access to the list of facilities on offer which include four pools, a spa and sauna, two gyms, BBQ facilities and on-site restaurant and bar,” according to the listing by Tim Henderson of Gold Coast Holiday Rentals. “One free car park is also included in the reservation — and don’t forget, you’ll be living on Orchid Avenue — in the absolute heart of Surfers Paradise.”
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