Acreage home with tropical fish and a beach is Qld’s biggest sale

first_imgThis property at 1 Dungogie Dr, Tallebudgera, has sold. This house at 1 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera, has sold for $2.255m.A STUNNING resort-style home with a private sandy beach and tropical aquarium has sold for $2.255 million.The five-bedroom, five-bathroom property in Tallebudgera Park Estate on the Gold Coast was the biggest sale in the state in the past week, according to property research firm, CoreLogic. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE This property at 1 Dungogie Dr, Tallebudgera, was the biggest sale of the week in Queensland, according to CoreLogic.The sale was negotiated by LJ Hooker Mudgeeraba.Records show the property last sold for $2 million in June 2015.The second biggest sale of the week, according to CoreLogic, was on the Sunshine Coast.A three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit at 101/14 Duporth Ave, Maroochydore, fetched $2.15 million through McGrath Estate Agents. The master bedroom has a spa in it.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe property on 8656 sqm at 1 Dungogie Drive is akin to a tropical island paradise, with its poolside gazebo, 25m solar-heated pool with sandy beach and a tranquil creek complete with arching bridge.And if that’s not enough to invoke a holiday feel, brightly coloured fish greet guests from the built-in aquarium in the residence’s entryway. This unit at 101/14 Duporth Ave, Maroochydore, has sold. Picture: This property at 1 Dungogie Dr, Tallebudgera, has sold. This unit at 101/14 Duporth Ave, Maroochydore, has sold. Picture: ground floor penthouse-style apartment with ocean and river views in the Platinum building last sold for $1.9 million in 2014.It has a spacious 262 sqm courtyard with private spa, steam room and gym. AUCTION CLEARANCE RATE CLIMBS WHAT YOU CAN’T TAKE WHEN YOU SELL FORMER HOTELIER’S HOME FOR SALE last_img read more

FilmOneFest Sunday Night in Atlantic Highlands

first_imgATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Film fans will be able to sit under the stars Sunday n ight to see a selection of “short-short” films of no more than 2 minutes during the FilmOneFst.The film festival was originally scheduled for Saturday night but organizers have postponed it until the Sunday night rain date because of strong storms forecast for the area.In the event of rain or high winds on Sunday, the festival will be held at the Charles Hesse Parish Hall, 55 South Ave.The awards ceremony, slated for 11 a.m. Sunday, will take place at that time.This free town-wide celebration of film has become an exciting exhibition of the art of filmmaking and a must-attend event at the shore. Filmmakers from around the world and across the country are showcased on a giant outdoor screen.FilmOneFest begins at 7 p.m. in the municipal harbor, with artists and craftspeople exhibiting and demonstrating their creations. Stilt-walkers, face-painters, and clowns will be present for the children to enjoy. Live music provided by the Matt Wade Band, and local restaurants will offer dishes for all tastes.Admission and parking are free. Audience members may bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. A limited number of premium seats are available to purchase at FilmOneFest.This program is sponsored by the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council and is made possible in part by the Monmouth County Arts Council through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the County Historical Commission, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National.last_img read more