North Point Residence at Kingscliff withdrawn from sale

North Point Residence at Kingscliff withdrawn from sale
North Point Residence at Kingscliff withdrawn from sale

The North Point Residence, one of the Tweed Coast's most opulent homes, has been withdrawn from sale.

It had record hopes of $6.95 million.

The Paul Uhlmann-designed home on the dress circle North Point Avenue in Kingscliff was completed in 2011, shortly before it sold for $3.15 million.

In 2015 the already sprawling home was added to, with an extension described as the round house.

North Point Residence at Kingscliff withdrawn from sale

LJ Hooker Kingscliff listing agent Nick Witheriff says locals know the home as the Round House as that's the most prominent feature seen from the street.

North Point Residence at Kingscliff withdrawn from sale

The two level round house, connected to the main house through a foyer, comprises a master retreat on the second level, with the curved floor to ceiling windows offering the best vantage point over the 18 metre pool and tennis court.

On the ground level is a home office and a living space.

There are four more bedrooms in the main home which is wrapped in a decked verandah on its 1,960 sqm parcel.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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