Dreaming of a European holiday but loving the Coast’s balmy weather of late?
Enjoy the best of both worlds in this Broadbeach Waters townhouse, which offers a slice of Paris on the Gold Coast.
Detailed wallpaper, extravagant chandeliers and intricate staircase railing add to the Eady Ave property’s quirky charm. It hit the market last week with a $479,000 asking price – a fraction of the cost for real estate in the European city.
Marketing agent Tash Santos, of Ray White Mermaid Beach, said the townhouse’s classic French style was inspired by its owner’s travels around the world.
“The lady that owns it, she spent a lot of time in France as a little girl … and that was the inspiration for this little project of hers,” she said.
“She wanted it to look pretty.” She said the property had already attracted a few people at its first open inspection on the weekend.
“It’s very eclectic so it’s not going to appeal to everybody,” Ms Santos said.
“It’s more about looking for the right person (to buy it).”
The property is in a block of 10 and has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a courtyard and access to a shared pool.
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