Gold Coast horse owner David Henderson downsizes

Gold Coast horse owner David Henderson downsizes
Gold Coast horse owner David Henderson downsizes

Horse owner David Henderson and wife Rhonda have bought back into the Gold Coast market, downsizing to a $3.5 million Surfers Paradise apartment.

They recently sold their opulent Mermaid Beach mansion (above) for $16.5 million to Austworld group's Sam Raso and wife Rosa.

The Henderson's built the house in 2010 after paying $4.5 million for the absolute beachfront 1,210 sqm block surrounded by parkland.

Designed by Paul Uhlmann, the Hedges Avenue home had five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a library, gym, sauna, and a mancave with bar.

It came with a Magnesium-chlorinated pool and spa.

It was sold through David's brother Luke, an agent at John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach.

When they sold the apartment QM Properties family indicated they did not plan to go too far.

Their new Gold Coast bolthole (below) is a 340 sqm apartment spanning the 12th level of the Waterline building.

Gold Coast horse owner David Henderson downsizes

There are four ensuited bedrooms.

Michael Kollosche at Kollosche Prestige Agents sold the apartment. 

Henderson was one of the owners of the 2013 Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente.

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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