IT’S quirky, eye-catching and is described as a “very unique property”.
The Gold Coast is not known for A-frame homes so when one hits the market it’s expected to create quite a frenzy.
Designed to take advantage of the picturesque parklike vista, the three-level four-bedroom Mudgeeraba residence has soaring 4.3m vaulted ceilings with an open-plan kitchen and lounge with large pot belly stove.
The main bedroom, on the second level, has a balcony that overlooks the picturesque acreage setting.
The 9,872sq m property is being marketed through an expressions of interest campaign through LJ Hooker Property Hub.
“It’s a magnificent property and an absolutely gorgeous plot of land,” said agent Lisa Psaras.
“The owners has decided that’s it’s time for him to change scenery.
“He’s aware the market is buoyant on acreage at the moment so he feels it might be the right time to sell.
She said there were three options for the new owners.
“Someone will either come along and take it to the next level and turn it into an amazing short stay accommodation, they’ll upgrade it and potentially build onto it, or they will demolish it and build their dream home,” Ms Psaras said.
Included on the property is the A-frame house and another two-bedroom cabin which has its own driveway, carport and veranda.
There is also a shed with room to accommodate a caravan or boat.
CoreLogic records reveal the owner paid $202,500 for the property in 2001.
Expressions of interest close on June 26.
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