Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters trophy home sold at $5.3 million

Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters trophy home sold at $5.3 million
Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters trophy home sold at $5.3 million

A Surfers Paradise mansion built for the property veteran Max Christmas has been sold at auction for $5.3 million.

The sale comes four years after it initially hit the market.

Property records show at one point it came with a $9.85 million price tag.

The Commodore Drive home was sold by Peter and Lisa Le Fanue, who paid $2.15 million for it 21 years ago.

A local buyer snapped up the sprawling residence built by Soheil Abedian, who co-founded development company Sunland Group, for Christmas back in the 1980s.

It was sold by Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agent Jackson Paradise.

The five bedroom, seven bathroom home attracted three registered bidders.

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