Sovereign Island home featured in Netflix hit Lunatics for sale

Sovereign Island home featured in Netflix hit Lunatics for sale
Sovereign Island home featured in Netflix hit Lunatics for sale

A home that featured prominently on the hit Netflix mockumentnary series Lunatics, created by Australian comedian Chris Lilley, has hit the market.

The incompetent real estate agent Quentin Cook, played by Lilley, was attempting to sell the luxury home.

Now the Sovereign Island, Gold Coast home is really for sale at $3.6 million.

The four bedroom home on the Queen Guineveres Place dress circle features a riverside pool and jetty.

Alex Phillis and father Brian at Alex Phillis Real Estate Paradise Point are asking $3.6 million.

It has undergone a $500,000 renovation since sold for $2.125 million in 2016.

The centrepiece is the $15,000 chandelier, which took a professional cleaner nine hours to polish before the show.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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