ARIA award winner Amy Shark upgrades in Broadbeach

ARIA award winner Amy Shark upgrades in Broadbeach
ARIA award winner Amy Shark upgrades in Broadbeach

ARIA award winning singer-songwriter Amy Shark and her husband Shane, an accountant at the Gold Coast Titans, have upgraded handsomely on the Gold Coast.

The couple have traded in their former 1960s Broadbeach Waters home for a $2.25 million luxury home nearby.

Shark is yet to enjoy the home due to her busy schedule, although she did get to spend Christmas in the five bed waterfront.

She's currently touring in Europe, with concerts across Germany, France, Belgium and England. She tours Australia in May.

ARIA award winner Amy Shark upgrades in Broadbeach

Their new home directly meets the Broadwater, with 20 metres of water frontage and an eight metre pontoon.

The home in 910 sqm of architecturally landscaped gardens has been completely refurbished top to bottom in recent years by interior designer Rust Architecture Design, including a recent remodel of the stone bathrooms.

It had been on the market for the first time in 17 years when it sold for $350,000 in 2001.

Spanning 475 sqm of living space, the home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a media room and a rumpus room.

Downstairs there's a self-contained bedroom, living room and bathroom with a private entrance.

The kitchen overlooks the dining room and flows to a covered alfresco area and deck that adjoins the swimming pool.

ARIA award winner Amy Shark upgrades in Broadbeach

Kollosche Prestige agent Jordan Williams sold the home that initially sought $3 million when first listed at the start of 2017.

The couple recently sought a tenant at $595 a week for their former Broadbeach Waters home which cost them $580,000 in 2015.

Shark is an Indie pop singer songwriter and producer. 

Her debut album Love Monster reached number one on the ARIA chart last year.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

 

 

 

 

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