Selling for celebs and setting records

By Angela Brackenridge

Gold Coast filmmaker Scott Corfield has sold his Broadbeach Waters home for $950,000.

Ray White Mermaid Beach agents John and Nicole Mayer handled the sale and said it was a street record for a dry block.

“(It sold to) local buyers wishing to settle and move in before their baby is born which is due in early May,” Mr Mayer said.

Mr Corfield had described his home as a place he went to seek the solitude of a coffee, a good book and some quiet time.

“I do most, if not all, of my work here when I’m not travelling,” the father-of-one said.

“It was designed to have lots of spaces to read or think, the front garden was especially made for my daughter Farrah to play in.

“It has synthetic grass so we don’t have to worry about ant bites or anything nasty going into her mouth.”

The Burleigh-born filmmaker’s property at 14 Savoy Drive was staged with classical styles that Mr Corfield picked up from working in London and New York.

The home would not be complete without a cinema which had a gallery wall showcasing classic black and white photos of Paul Newman and Marlon Brando.

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14 Savoy Drive, Broadbeach Waters.

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