113 Commodore Drive, Surfers Paradise is on the market at $6.85 million.A SPECTACULAR Gold Coast mansion that was passed in at auction last year is back on the market at $6.85 million.The huge 1489sq m property at 113 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters hit the market in August, 2017 before going to auction in September.While the auction attracted a who’s who of the Gold Coast, the property was passed in at $6.1 million.“Our agents Matt Gates and Andrew Bell (Ray White Surfers Paradise) have been negotiating with some buyers which has not materialised to a level that we feel is the value of 113,” vendor Sep Abedian said. The grand staircase.The Mediterranean-style mansion was built by legendary Gold Coast construction figure Ron McMaster in the late 1980s for tourism figure and resort developer Keith WilliamsIt was later owned by Dreamworld founder John Longhurst and was bought in 2013 by its current owners, local businessman Sep Abedian and wife Flora.The home features a three-level staircase inspired by the Vatican, arched windows, wrought iron chandeliers and Roman bath-style pool. Luxury at every turn. From the street the house is a sight to behold.Mr Abedian, the brother of Sunland Group founder Soheil Abedian, was initially drawn to the home’s status, size and outlook.“We regularly see pods of dolphins swimming past, manta rays flying out of the water and big schools of fish being followed by seagulls,” Mr Abedian told the Bulletin when it first hit the market.“The size of the house has been wonderful for our family because it gives us the ability to have everyone over without anyone being in anyone’s way. Relax and unwind in one of the many living rooms. Local businessman Sep. Abedian and wife Flora outside their house. Picture Glenn Hampson The opulent bathroom.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago The riverfront ambience. More living areas.The Abedians have bought another property on Paradise Waters and have decided to part ways with the property they restored.Matt Gates of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast is marketing the property.
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