AN authentic home in Burleigh Heads, held by the identical household for 60 years, is anticipated to attract robust curiosity at public sale subsequent month.
The highset brick home at 22 Diana Ave occupies a 549 sqm block that backs onto Burleigh Heads State College oval.
The property has been handed down by the late Maxwell Smales, a former actual property agent and REIQ board member who was closely concerned in charity teams.
“The home and the household are well-known within the space,” mentioned John Newlands, managing director of Professionals Newlands Actual Property, who’s advertising and marketing the property.
“There aren’t that many of those older homes left and the demand is excessive.”
Mr Newlands mentioned the land measurement lends itself to 2 townhouses or the choice to carry and hire with self-contained residing on each ranges.
The property might be auctioned onsite at 2pm on December 5.
A crowd is anticipated to prove for tomorrow’s 11am public sale of a landmark property on three waterfront titles at 146-150 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Seashore.
It’s the primary time the 2742sq m holding, developed within the early Eighties by the Jordan household, has been to market in 40 years.
“It’s arduous to get a premium land property
of this measurement in a single transaction,” mentioned advertising and marketing agent Troy Dowker of Kollosche.
“It’s additionally in a distinguished place on
Palm Seashore property pundits are additionally sweating on the 22 November, 10am public sale of 80 Melaleuca Drive.
The unique Eighties home — on a chief
783 sqm waterfront level place with large unobstructed views — is ripe for renovation or a subdivision improvement.
Kollosche’s Rob Lamb and Troy Dowker have the four-bedroom house open for inspection in the present day at midday.