Real Estate

Gold Coast mansion with breathtaking views sells for more than $4m

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-03-15 17:11:27

Views don’t get much better than this.

A HINTERLAND home with some of the best views on the Gold Coast has changed hands in a multimillion-dollar deal.

The lavish Tallai property, which has sweeping views of the coastline from Stradbroke Island to Tweed Heads, was snapped up for $4.2 million.

Ray White Broadbeach duo Sam Guo and Julia Kuo marketed the property.

Mr Guo said the local buyer had been eyeing off the house for a while.

The Tallai property was snapped up for more than $4 million.

The buyer couldn’t go past those amazing views.

“The buyer loved the property a long time ago, it’s her dream home,” he said.

“She was determined to get that one.”

He said she planned to live in the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion.

“It’s a beautiful home and it was the perfect buyer for the sale,” he said.

“We also had a couple of other interested parties.”

The property was built by owners Frank and Jenny Mesiano almost 20 years ago with their children in mind.

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Even the kitchen has views!

It’s like a day spa in this bathroom.

The jaw-dropping vistas attracted the couple to the 3ha block of land on The Panorama.

“That’s why we ended up there, because of the views, and it’s very secluded, peaceful and safe,” Mr Mesiano said in November.

Among its standout features are a tennis court, gym, sauna, indoor and outdoor pool, two spas, a terrace with built-in barbecue, games room, wet bar and wine cellar.

The sprawling property is on a 3ha block.

“It’s a place you don’t have to leave as the property has everything, but you’re only 20 minutes to the beach and 10 minutes to the bottom of the hill where there’s great schools and Robina Town Centre,” said Mr Mesiano, director of Global Meats.

The property hit the market in October under an expressions of interest campaign before a $4.595 million price tag was attached to it.