Gold Coast mega mansion handed in at $28m at public sale, however remains to be set to interrupt QLD home value report – realestate.com.au

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26-34 Knightsbridge Parade East, Sovereign Islands, handed in at public sale on the weekend


Probably the most anticipated public sale of the yr resulted in an anti-climax yesterday when Gold Coast mega mansion 26-34 Knightsbridge Parade in Sovereign Islands handed in at $28 million.

About 100 individuals turned out to see if the landmark property, which the proprietor, civil engineer

The landmark property has been in the marketplace earlier than for $45 million.


Riccardo Rizzi, has beforehand listed for $45 million, would break the Queensland home value report of $25 million.

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The scene couldn’t have been extra completely set: the solar was shining, ferraris, Bentleys, Vary Rovers and Aston Martins lined the streets outdoors the property and simply as bidding bought underneath approach, as if on cue, a superyacht sailed leisurely by, giving a toot of its horn to the amusement of onlookers unfold out on the again garden.

The public sale was held indoors and was solely open to registered bidders, of which there have been eight.

The road outdoors 26 – 34 Knightsbridge Parade East, Sovereign Islands, was lined with status vehicles.


Auctioneer Mark MacCabe of Apollo Auctions bought proceedings underneath approach at 1pm, laughing off the primary bid of $10 million. Over the following 45 minutes the value rose to $20 million however no quantity of coaxing might get the value to the seller’s reserve, with the property lastly passing in at $28 million.

Nevertheless, promoting agent Amir Mian of Amir Status, mentioned that the proprietor was eager to promote and knew that it could possible be at a value considerably decrease than $45 million.

It was the proper setting to point out off the Gold Coast’s luxurious way of life.


“The seller has lowered his expectations rather a lot since he first listed the home about 12 months in the past, which implies that the property is now realistically priced to promote,” Mr Mian mentioned.

“The advantage of the public sale is that’s has purchased the consumers to us and has given us a practical market value – and we all know the cash is there.”

He mentioned negotiations would now begin, with not less than two out of the eight bidders, each from the Gold Coast, who had been able to put provides in writing.

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The home has been a labour of affection for its proprietor over the previous seven years however he’s eager to promote.


To be accepted Mr Mian mentioned they must be above $25 million.

“I’m going to go in there an give it my greatest shot,” he mentioned.

The Queensland home value report – set in 2016 for Mermaid Seashore’s Tidemark mansion – was equalled this yr with the $25 million sale of two Heron Ave, Mermaid Seashore.

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Riccardo Rizzi is eager to promote after shifting to Perth to be nearer to his youngsters. Image: Mike Batterham


Mr Rizzi purchased the home in Sovereign Islands for a “cut price value” of $5.3 million in 2013, however has since spent tens of millions upgrading it, ending off the challenge in August. He has rejected provides of as much as $30 million for the home up to now.

The property has been a labour of affection for Mr Rizzi who wished it to resemble a French-type chateau.

The home lately featured in The Sunday Mail’s High 50 Houses in Queensland, coming in at No. 6. See the complete beneath:

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