An award-winning Queensland mansion owned by a hemp tycoon is being rented for an eye-watering $80,000 per week this Christmas, making it some of the costly leases within the nation.
The weekly lease on the Noosa mansion about the identical as the typical annual Aussie wage.
Evgeny Skigin owns the uber-luxurious residence generally known as ‘Domic’, which was in-built 2019 into sand dunes on Seaview Terrace in Sunshine Seaside at a reported value of $21 million.
Area of interest Luxurious Lodging managing director Sue Willis, who’s advertising the $12,570 an evening itemizing, mentioned she had already taken three bookings for the property over the Christmas interval — all value greater than $130,000.
Ms Willis declined to disclose who the deep pocketed tenants had been, nevertheless it’s understood one is a Sydney financier and one other is a property developer from Melbourne.
She has additionally been approached by Hollywood film executives inquiring about leasing the house for his or her stars whereas filming in Queensland.
“They’re largely very, very rich Australians who would usually spend that type of cash abroad, however are actually saying to their brokers; ‘discover us one thing that parallels a superyacht on the Mediterranean’,” Ms Willis mentioned.
“One is a VIP coming from abroad in late January, who will isolate after which go there, however I don’t know who that’s.
“They’re the type of people that would usually drop $50,000 an evening on a superyacht. To us, it’s ridiculous, however to them, $100,000 per week is nothing.”
The eco-friendly lair is a three-level, concrete domed constructing with a whopping 1400 sqm of residing house camouflaged below a inexperienced cover, with photo voltaic panels, batteries, water storage and a greywater system.
The house — which prices the identical as a mean yearly Australian wage to lease for the week – spans 4 ranges, has six bedrooms, 10 loos and 7 automobile parks.
It’s perched on virtually 1ha of land on the sting of Noosa Nationwide Park, providing breathtaking ocean views.
There’s additionally a 25m pool, day spa, gymnasium, fireplace pit, cinema room, and even a convention and occasions room.
“The home’s greatest asset is its privateness,” Ms Willis mentioned.
“What you get is among the most unbelievable homes you may ever keep in and unbelievable privateness.”
Ms Willis mentioned she had employed two extra employees since taking up the itemizing to deal with the extent of inquiry.
“From an financial restoration perspective, that’s the type of cash that usually go offshore, so if we will maintain that in Australia, that’s unbelievable,” she mentioned.
“The home will include employees, non-public cooks, nannies, so that may create jobs as nicely.
“Queensland is now coming of age. We’re providing world high quality service and lodging.”
The property at 71 Seaview Tce was designed by Brisbane-based architect Noel Robinson for Mr Skigin, and took three years to construct.
Mr Skigin’s industrial hemp enterprise is among the main suppliers of the usable fibre on the planet.
Earlier than COVID-19 hit, his calendar was balanced between three quarters of the 12 months in Switzerland and one quarter on the Sunshine Coast.
It is among the nation’s most costly leases, with Mandalay Home in Airlie Seaside nonetheless pipping it at round $15,000 an evening.