Soul, Surfers Paradise penthouse sells for $15.25 million

The $15.25 million sale of the luxury Soul penthouse in Surfers Paradise was under the hammer at auction on Friday afternoon

Soul, Surfers Paradise penthouse sells for $15.25 million
The Soul penthouse. Image Harcourts

There were five registered bidders when Tolemy Stevens from Harcourts Coastal Prestige put the luxury Soul penthouse in Surfers Paradise to auction on Friday afternoon.

Crowning the top four floors of the Soul building, the five bedroom apartment fetched $15.25 million.

The 1070 sqm space with BDA Architects design was offered by Andrew Koloadin who had paid $6.5m for the concrete shell when he bought it from Hong Kong tycoon Tony Fung in 2018.

Soul, Surfers Paradise penthouse sells for .25 million

There had been an initial off the plan $16.85m sale by Juniper Property Development to a Queensland businessman in 2006 but it didn’t proceed to settlement.

The $15.25 million sale settles in 30 days. It was a Queensland auction record for residential sale price under the auction hammer.

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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