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A PALATIAL Surfers Paradise mansion could set a new street sale record, after it was listed back on the market for $13.8 million, more than double its last selling price.
That’s despite a price slash — property records showed the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion was listed for $15 million over a 101-day sales campaign last year.
There is a 12m pontoon, and two jet ski pontoons.
CoreLogic data shows Terry Gaven paid $6.1 million for the home four years ago. It was owned by Nicole Bricknell, the ex-wife of former Billabong exec Matthew Perrin.
If the luxury residence on Southern Cross Drive sells for its asking price, it will be the highest sale for the exclusive enclave of 39 properties on Cronin Island, off Chevron Island.
The home sprawls over four levels.
The waterfront mansion features a panic room, pool, rooftop bar, and 12m pontoon, as well as two jet ski pontoons and an electric hoist.
The residence was designed by architect Bayden Goddard, and showcases marble, sandstone and rosewood timber finishes, sprawled on a 1747sq m block.
It also showcases marble and sandstone.
Its last sale price is currently the third highest on the street, which has previously been named one of Queensland’s richest streets by market analysts.
The street record was last set in May 2016, when 18 Southern Cross Dr changed hands for $11 million.
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