/Sweet deal penned for Salt Beach holiday home

Sweet deal penned for Salt Beach holiday home

A Brisbane buyer purchased 26 North Point Ave, Kingscliff, as their ultimate holiday home.

True Hamptons-inspired luxury and uninterrupted views of Salt Beach made a Kingscliff house the ultimate holiday home for a Brisbane buyer.

The North Point Ave property fetched $3 million and caught the eye of buyers all over the world including househunters from Europe and New Zealand.

The property is the ultimate beach house.

It sold for $3 million.

LJ Hooker Kingscliff agent Nick Witheriff who marketed the home said the buyer inspected the property on Christmas Eve and made an offer on the spot.

“I was at home peeling prawns when I got a call from the buyer, they made an offer on the spot and we did a deal over the Christmas period,” Mr Witheriff said.

“It had just been finalised last week.

“The biggest attraction was it boasted direct ocean views from both levels. In Kingscliff we only have less than a handful of homes that have ocean views because of the vegetation.”

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It has a luxe, yet relaxed, Hamptons style.

Paul Uhlmann designed the home.

Mr Witheriff said the unique Hamptons-style was another highlight of the four-bedroom beach house.

“There’s a lot of different versions of Hamptons-style homes but this one, the owners were meticulous with keeping with the theme when they briefed Paul Uhlmann to design the house,” he said.

The property sold just below listed price of $3.195 million after 93 days on the market.

According to CoreLogic it was the top reported sale on the Gold Coast for the week ending February 24.

The sale was the top reported for the Gold Coast last week, according to CoreLogic.

It spent 93 days on the market with a $3.195 million asking price.

Mr Witheriff said the Kingscliff market was off to a cracking start this year, with his agency having sold and settled almost $20 million worth of property in January.

“We expect it to continue to grown in Kingscliff off the back of the announcement of the half a billion dollar investment into the new hospital and healthcare precinct,” he said.

“There will be 2500 new jobs available. That will definitely assist with the property market here.”