Olympic gold medallist Dean Lukin lists family Mermaid Beach house

Olympic gold medallist Dean Lukin lists family Mermaid Beach house
Olympic gold medallist Dean Lukin lists family Mermaid Beach house

Australian weightlifting legend Dean Lukin is selling the family's Mermaid Beach holiday home.

The Olympic gold-medal winning weightlifter bought the home with his brother David and mum Ann, shortly after the death of his father Dinko Lukin, the millionaire Port Adelaide fishing entrepreneur.

The Adelaide-based family paid $4.8 million for the timber beach house on the dress circle Hedges Avenue in 2013.

Set on 405 square metres on a prime corner block, the three level Hamptons-style home has three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The Lukin's have modernised the home which now comes with concealed TVs and a sunken jacuzzi on the alfresco deck which runs off the lounge with a sandstone clad fireplace.

The master suite is hidden behind a solid wood pivot door. It comprises its own sandstone terrace, ensuite and custom walk-in wardrobe. 

Kollosche Broadbeach agent Eddie Wardale is asking $6,495,000.

Dean Lukin was the first, and only, Australian to win the super-heavyweight weightlifting gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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