Quirky price helps seal the deal for lucky Chinese buyer

first_img5250-5252 Marine Drive North, Sanctuary Cove.“That number has been regarded as the luckiest number in Chinese culture,” he said.Mr Billingsley said there were multiple offers on the property, featured on the cover of Realestate last month, including four from Chinese buyers. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago“The house had been on the market for four years and was marketed through a number of agencies but we found a buyer in 10 days,” he said. 5250-5252 Marine Drive North, Sanctuary Cove.Mr Billingsley said there was also a lot of renewed interest from past buyers who came to inspect the house. “As they saw the auction sign go up buyers were quick to make an offer.” Sitting proudly on a large 1384 sqm block facing the Coomera River, the house is an ultra-modern statement. Originally, it was home to Martin Fiebig who spent nine months building the stunning residence. The design was inspired by luxury Gold Coast properties. 5250-5252 Marine Drive North, Sanctuary Cove.EIGHT was a lucky number for one Chinese buyer who snapped up a Sanctuary Cove mansion before auction. The four-bedroom residence at 5250-5252 Marine Drive North sold for $4,788,888 million — the highest sale on the Gold Coast this week. The top price is described as a “Chinese miracle”, according to Alister Billingsley of Amir Mian Prestige Property Agents who negotiated the deal. 5250-5252 Marine Drive North, Sanctuary Cove.“We had a lot of interest from Chinese buyers who were after the Hope Island lifestyle,” he said. “They were really attracted to the village feel, security and restaurants.” Mr Billingsley said the property was due to settle on Monday and the buyers were very excited to move in. 5250-5252 Marine Drive North, Sanctuary Cove.Mr Fiebig and his wife moved into the house in 2009. Mr Fiebig said his house consisted of solid concrete, porcelain tiles, ironbark timber flooring and quartz stone bench tops.last_img