Gold Coast beach house on Hedges Ave hits market with almost $10 million price tag

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The Mermaid Beach property at 111 Hedges Ave has hit the market with an almost $10 million asking price.

A BEACHFRONT home on the Gold Coast’s illustrious Millionaires’ Row has hit the market with a jaw-dropping price tag.

The six-bedroom house at 111 Hedges Ave belongs to Queensland shop-fitting industry figure Scott Headland, who wants $9.95 million for the property.

Known as ‘Little Dune’, Mr Headland said the house offered an incredible lifestyle.

“I think you just can’t beat waking up to the sound and the sight of the waves crashing onto the beach, it is just fantastic,” he said.

It belongs to Queensland shop-fitting industry figure Scott Headland.

A bar is one of its highlights.

The two-storey home, which is on a 769sq m block with 19m of beach frontage, features an 18m lap pool, spa, gym, home office, kids’ retreat and a bar.

John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach partner Luke Henderson said the rare beachfront offering would attract well-heeled buyers and wasn’t likely to last long on the market.

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“Properties like Little Dune come onto the market infrequently and there are always savvy buyers siting on the sidelines waiting to snap up beachfront homes like this one,’’ he said.

“With real estate, the truism is that it is all about location, location, location and being able to buy a large property on the absolute beachfront at Mermaid Beach … is as good as it gets.”

Check out that view!

Mr Headland has owned it for the past 17 years.

Mr Henderson said it was ideal for a large family who wanted to enjoy beachfront living at its best.

“The home offers uninterrupted ocean views, it has indoor-outdoor entertaining areas

upstairs and downstairs, there is a lap pool and the beach is at your back door,’’ he said.

“It would also be a haven for car enthusiasts because there is a four-car garage and plenty

of room for more vehicles to be securely stored on the property.”

Property records show Mr Headland bought the house in 2002 for $6 million.

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