CAR dealership king Garry Crick has bought his luxurious waterfront house in Mooloolaba for greater than $6 million.
The founding father of Crick Auto Group has bought the property at 23 Carwoola Crescent to a different native businessman because the Sunshine Coast status market continues to warmth up.
The up to date house is taken into account one in all Mooloolaba’s best, that includes panoramic views, 35m of water frontage and lavish finishes.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits on a bigger than common 860 sqm block, with a 30m pontoon and riverfront pool and deck.
Inside the house, which was designed by Sprout Architects, finishes corresponding to marble and mosaics complement uncooked polished render, galvanised metal, timber and concrete.
The massive, open-plan residing space has 6m-high voided ceilings, glass stacker doorways and a suspended, rotating fire.
The main bedroom is positioned to seize the views over the Mooloolah River and Mooloolaba skyline, with a lavish ensuite completed with Italian Mutina mosaic tiles and honed statuario marble.
Provisional plans are in place for an extra two-bedroom, two-bathroom extension if desired.
Promoting agent Alan Riley of LJ Hooker Mooloolaba declined to touch upon the sale worth, however trade sources say it was greater than $6 million.
Mr Riley mentioned Mooloolaba’s status property market was on hearth, with a flurry of current high-end transactions.
“Waterfront, beachfront and acreage properties are in excessive demand,” Mr Riley mentioned.
“Within the final couple of months, demand as been phenomenal and we anticipate will probably be much more so when the borders open.”
Cricks was based in 1995 when Garry Crick purchased the Nissan and Mitsubishi franchises in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast.
He acquired additional dealerships within the years that adopted earlier than partnering with John Eastham in 2005.