The glamorous home of real estate guru Andrew Winter was auctioned off this weekend.
The Selling homes Australia and Love it or list it The host's renovated Sanctuary Cove home was auctioned yesterday at auction.
The property received a bid of $ 3 million before engaging in private negotiations with seven interested parties, which lasted until Sunday evening.
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Winter bought the house in 2017 for $ 1.9 million, before completing a six-figure renovation.
The company first entered the market with another $ 3.95M price agency in January before moving on to an auction campaign through Amir Mian and Charlon Delos Angeles of Amir Mian Prestige Property Agents.
"We have been doing a major renovation from top to bottom in 2017-2018," said Winter Notice when it came on the market.
"What we did not change was the original architecture or layout of the build."
The U-shaped house features a resort-style backyard with a pool, a waterfront terrace and refined interiors.
Winter and his wife Caroline bought a house in Mermaid Beach in February, just two rows back from Millionaire's Row, for $ 1.575 million.
The Real Estate King's home was one of ten properties under contract at the Spring Auction of Amir Mian Prestige Property Agents.
A royal residence at the 1-3 Queen Guineveres Place on the Sovereign Islands was also handed over with a bid of $ 4.65 million.
The striking castle was extensively and millions of renovated by owner Scott Widdicombe, the builder of the famous mansion Utopia on the coast.
The property had an offer of $ 4.55 million prior to the auction and four parties were interested. A deal near the $ 5 million mark was negotiated on Sunday night.
The five-bedroom house has been on the market for nearly two years and has a fluctuating price structure, most recently at $ 5.95 million, before it was converted into an auction campaign.
Mr. Mian said that a crowd of 85 people gathered for the auction event, with deals on three properties.
"Three of them are under auction and four more are under negotiation, including the castle and grounds of Andrew Winter," he said.
"Andrew Winters was very interested. It has attracted many baby boomers, as it was single-stage and they can move directly. It's beautiful and has nothing to do. "
Another popular property was 17 Durham St, Southport, which is located in the prestigious TSS district. Four bidders vied for the keys of the four-bedroom house. The bid was $ 1.2 million, with eleven bids increasing the price to $ 1.38 million, where it was launched and sold.
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