Bilinga trophy home sets a record and sells for $4 million

Bilinga trophy home sets a record and sells for $4 million
Bilinga trophy home sets a record and sells for $4 million

A Bilinga property sold for $4 million last week.

The seaside mansion on Pacific Parade sold just days before its scheduled auction on ­Saturday.

It marks a record sale for the street, with the previous record set by former Queensland governor ­Leneen Forde’s property of 25 years.

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey bought the earlier record setting property for $3.1 million in February.

The No.252 offering sold through Ray White Mermaid Beach agent Troy Dowker.

More than 40 groups inspected the trophy home during the month it was on the market.

There were three offers.

Two locals and one from interstate.

A local buyer living on the southern Gold Coast was the buyer of the property with 16m ocean frontage on the 506sq m block.

Kay and Dr Trevor Johnson bought it in 2007 then commissioning architect Paul Uhlmann to design the five ­bedroom, three bathroom home that was built in 2011.

Another beachfront home at Bilinga sold for $3.3 million under the hammer also sold earlier this month.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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