first_img146 Sir Bruce Small Blvd, Benowa Waters sold prior to auction for $1.78 million.A LUXURY mansion, waterfront renovator and 1950s cottage were among properties sold in a successful weekend of Gold Coast auctions. Across the Coast, 65.4 per cent of the 26 reported auctions were successful, according to CoreLogic data.The highest sale recorded so far on realestate.com.au was a six-bedroom, three-bathroom residence at Benowa Waters that sold before auction for $1.78 million. The property features a fully self-contained two-bedroom apartment adjoining the main home, a pool and spa, and 14 metres of water frontage. 4 Elizabeth St, Tugun sold for $941,000. The Benowa Waters residence is the highest auction result on the Gold Coast for last week.According to realestate.com.au there were 269 scheduled auctions across Queensland last week — preliminary results as of yesterday reported a 51 per cent clearance rate out of 176 results.It’s an improvement on the week before which recorded a 48 per cent clearance rate out of 180 available results.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoAlso selling under the hammer over the weekend was a brick renovator at Broadbeach Waters.The Wyuna St property sold for $1.45 million. According to its listing, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home was “ripe for renovation”, set on a huge waterfront block and set up for dual living. The property is a cottage on a 405sq m block.The auction of Olympic medallist and former swimming champion Samantha Riley’s Burleigh Waters family home has resulted in a price being listed on the property. The renovated, modern five-bedroom, three-bathroom house is now on the market for $2.25 million after it was set to go under the hammer on Saturday. Sam Riley won three Olympic medals during her career including at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. 14 Wyuna St, Broadbeach Waters sold for $1.45 million.Almost cracking the million-dollar mark was the sale of a 1950s beach cottage at Tugun. Changing hands for $941,000, the “entry level” two-bedroom, one-bathroom beachside residence was listed as a renovation or development opportunity. 108 Dunlin Drive, Burleigh Waters is listed for sale for $2.25 million.last_img

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