Gold Coast homeowners to watch properties blossom on the market this spring

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The Holmes family waited until spring to list their Currumbin Home. Picture: Mike Batterham

SAVVY homeowners who have waited through the winter months preparing their property for sale are now ready to watch it blossom on the market this spring.

With the warmer weather comes more property listings and an influx of buyers creating the busiest time for the Gold Coast market.

Those sellers who have sat idle are now ready to put the sold sticker up as buyers flurry to secure the keys before Christmas.

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The seven-bedroom property at 4 Duringan St, Currumbin, is set to blossom on the market this spring.

Krystle and Mark Holmes with their five children (left to right) Kyan, 13, Ava, 11, Fletcher, 11, Archie, 3, and Hunter, 13. Picture: Mike Batterham

Krystle and Mark Holmes are among those who have waited until spring to list their Currumbin home.

Mr Holmes is the founder and managing director of Nu-Pure, a bottled water manufacturing business which produces about 120 million bottles each year of spring water.

“The weather here in Currumbin is glorious in winter come spring,” Ms Holmes said.

“Spring always brings smiles, happiness and the sun and people go towards the beach.

“All those things were thought through when putting our house on the market.”

Their award-winning hilltop house at 4 Duringan St has a curved copper clad facade and panoramic views of Currumbin Creek, the ocean and rainforest.

The award-winning house was designed by renowned Gold Coast architect Paul Uhlmann.

Picturesque views are a highlight of the property.

Ms Holmes said the house was beautiful year-round but said the sunsets were a little more spectacular as the weather warmed.

“Currumbin no matter what season, it’s a beautiful area to live in,” she said.

“Our outdoor living area, we call it the top deck, at any time of the day you can go out and enjoy it and read a book.

“Or you can have 40 people there and entertain the night away with the sun going down.”

Offers for the property close September 11.

The family are selling to move closer to their children’s school.

The seven-bedroom house is on the market through Kollosche’s Michael Kollosche and Eoghan Murphy with an expressions-of-interest campaign closing September 11.

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