CALLING all house hunters looking for a dream home, renovator or investment property.
Start stretching your arms and warming up your voice boxes because the Gold Coast is in for one of its biggest auction weekends in months.
A rejuvenated Broadbeach Waters property that epitomises a luxury resort is one of more than a dozen going under the hammer on Saturday.
Located on one of the Coast’s most prestige streets, the double-storey Monaco St home is tipped to attract plenty of bidders.
The five-bedroom home has contemporary interiors and tropical gardens surrounding a resort-style pool.
But owner Sharon Mitchell said the seamless flow of the home’s floorplan was its biggest selling point.
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“I love the layout of the house, it’s very private,” she said.
“None of the bedrooms back onto each other. It is a very well thought out and planned house.”
It will be auctioned off at 1pm.
A two-storey Hope Island home with canal views will also go under the hammer on Saturday at 11am.
Lucy Cole Prestige Property managing director Lucy Cole described the Harbour Rise home in her online listing as an “ideal boatie’s home or weekender” because of its easy access to the Coomera River and Broadwater.
“As a permanent or holiday home, it provides every feature for easy living and entertaining, while enjoying a superb outlook across its own private marina berth on a broad canal,” she said.
“The pool courtyard, shaded by an enormous Canary Island palm, retains privacy via hedges along the waterside promenade that fronts the homes in this exclusive enclave.”
On Sunday, 20 properties will go under the hammer at Ray White’s Auction Spectacular, which will be held at Main Beach’s Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort from 10am.
A waterfront home at Helensvale, a Surfers Paradise apartment with ocean views and an acreage property at Mudgeeraba are among those being offered to the public.
Ray White Queensland chief auctioneer Mitch Peereboom expected the event to yield strong results.
“These events are designed to put a spotlight on the properties and encourage maximum buyer interest,” he said.
“With significant interest in a number of properties already, we are looking forward to some exceptional results.”