1950s Currumbin Beach house under contract

1950s Currumbin Beach house under contract
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

The Summerhouse, an original 1960s Currumbin Beach house, is under contract, selling for just the second time in 50 years.

Situated at 32 Panorama Drive, Currumbin, the home came with a price guide of $1.85 million.

Set on a 607 square metre block adjoining reserve (never to be build out) the north facing home enjoys views of the golden arc of Palm Beach, Burleigh Headland, Surfers Paradise skyline, and Stradbroke Island.

Built in 1950, the five bedroom four bathroom residence has been renovated and extended, drawing on "elements of the family holiday home in the South of France".

Featuring a covered deck, sandstone entertaining terrace, garden and an integrated sparkling blue pool the home has it's original brushbox hardwood flooring

The three car garage has bespoke double gates.

Located a 10 minute walk from Currumbin Beach, and within easy access of schools, shops, John Flynn Hospital  and the Gold Coast Airport the home is a 45 minute drive from Byron Bay.

It last sold at auction in 2010 for $664,000

The median price for a home in Currumbin is $823,043, according to CoreLogic.

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