This huge home at Salt is for sale for $4.9 million and has never been lived in.
This huge home at Salt is for sale for $4.9 million and has never been lived in.

$1m off price tag to shift mansion

A BEACHSIDE mansion at Salt on the Tweed Coast has been reduced in price by $1 million to $4,995,000 in a bid to get a quicker sale.

LJ Hooker Kingscliff agent Brett Swales said the owners of the imposing three-level home had drastically reduced the asking price in the hope of “an immediate contract”.

The huge home covers 126 squares (about 1020sqm) and according to Mr Swales “has serious bragging rights as one of the largest and most elite homes constructed on the Tweed Coast beachfront”.

He said the home was built by long-established Gold Coast master builders Golden Edge Homes and “wants for nothing, with every need and lux- ury provided for in an ultra-modern yet stately space”.

Mr Swales said the current owner had the house built but it had never been lived in.

Unfortunately for the owner, who did not want to be identified, he stood to lose money now that he needed to sell.

“There's not a lot of buyers in that sort of price range,” Mr Swales said.

LJ Hooker intends to market the property on their internet site and “a couple of prestige internet” web pages hoping to find a wealthy and cashed-up buyer seeking a bargain.

Mr Swales said Salt Village was increasingly being considered by wealthy buyers due to its “combination of laidback lifestyle and convenient proximity to the upgraded Gold Coast Airport”.

Major upgrades to the M1 also meant the area was “an easy commute to Brisbane CBD”.



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