Sanctuary Cove golf course home sells at record $6.5 million

Sanctuary Cove golf course home sells at record $6.5 million
Sanctuary Cove golf course home sells at record $6.5 million

A contemporary golf course home at Sanctuary Cove has been bought by retired corporate executive David Baird and his wife Marion for $6.5 million.

The Queensland vendors Michael and Michelle Cowling built the home 18 months ago, selling as they are moving onto a new project within Sanctuary Cove.

The 1,800 sqm block of land with 80 mesold at $1.53 million in March 2015, having sold initially by Mulpha at $1.45 million in 2005.

In the interim, the block had sold at $1.65 million in 2007 and $1.7 million in 2011.

Sanctuary Cove golf course home sells at record .5 million

The north facing property has 80 metres of course frontage.

The Bairds bought the house on their first inspection just before it hit the market, Ray White agent Matt Gates advised.

The previous golf fronted record price stood at $4.275 million when 2218 Arnold Palmer Drive, Sanctuary Cove sold last year.

The Bairds recently sold their home on the Isle of Capri for $8.8 million.

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