Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for $12.5 million

Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for $12.5 million
Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for $12.5 million

Having spent $6 million plus on the penthouse in the upcoming Main Beach,Gold Coast, White complex, Billy and Jackie Cross have sold at Broadbeach Waters.

The $12.5 million sale of their trophy home equals the suburb record set last year for Villa Cantorocco.

Their home at 297-299 Monaco Street cost $3.561 million in 2009, not too much up on the $3.5 million sale price in 2004.

It sits on 2500 sqm riverfront set over two levels.

Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for .5 million

The five bedroom residence boasts a gym with steam room and a man cave.

Its grounds have a tennis court and pool.

Kollosche Prestige listed it last September.

The two level penthouse is in White (below), a 32-floor tower being built in Woodroffe Avenue, where more than 50 per cent of Sky Homes are now under contract.  

Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for .5 million

Kollosche’s New Projects team advised seven contracts have been signed on full-floor apartments over the Christmas-New Year period, at prices ranging from $2.525 million to $3.15 million. 

Developed by White & Partners and designed by WMK Architecture, White features 27 luxury apartments located between the popular Tedder Avenue restaurant strip and the sand on Main Beach.

White & Partners managing partner George Ajaka recently advised builder McNab would get building works underway by the end of the first quarter of 2021.

Billy and Jackie Cross sell Broadbeach Waters home for .5 million

The entertainment industry couple had previously owned another Main Beach penthouse in the residential-only Pintari building on Cunningham Avenue.  

Cross shot to national fame in the late 1980s as a member of hit male stage show Manpower, and then a string of nightclubs in Surfers Paradise and Las Vegas, where his Thunder from Down Under show has been a roaring success, according to The Gold Coast Bulletin.

Its 16-year Las Vegas residency has become one of the city’s top 10 

Cross grew up in Green Valley, in Sydney’s western suburbs in the 1970s, the son of an Arnott’s biscuit factory worker.

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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