Record breaking sale in Glasshouse Mountains

THE Glasshouse Mountains has recorded its most expensive single living residential sale.

Ray White Beerwah locked in the $1.725 million sale last week for a four- bedroom property at 16 Crestwood Road.

The sale beats the previous record by $175,000.

Agent, Donnie Plant, said it was an incredible result and something that was almost unimaginable five years ago.

“This sale just shows the growth in the Hinterland’s market and how far we have come, to see those kinds of prices is unheard of, it’s phenomenal,” he said.

“I can’t put it into words, when I got them over the line, I’m just still in shock now, it was a very good result.”

Donnie added the whole Sunshine Coast’s property market, specifically the Hinterland, is red hot at the moment, with premium prices on the rise.

“The property market is performing extremely well, since that property has gone under and it was marked for sale, I’ve had so many requests for appraisals for the area, there is a high demand for premium property,” he said.

“It’s a pleasant surprise because its usually the Coast that has those premium prices so it’s awesome for the area.”

The family home, which has breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains, was pitched by Ray White as reaching new heights of intelligent design and luxurious simplicity.

“Located in a new peaceful neighbourhood only walking distance from the school, this property offers the perfect blend of luxury, nature and convenience,” Donnie described the property.

“You can enjoy the breathtaking views and embrace the serenity of the Glass House Mountains from multiple directions.

The property has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, multiple living areas, a large shed, all wrapped up on 2,501m2 of prime land, this home is the epitome of luxury and comfort with plenty of space for the whole family.

According to real estate figures, the median price for a property in the Glass House Mountains has increased from $515,000 in 2018 to $878,000 this year.

However, Donnie said that there is still value for first home buyers to enter the market, with a number of properties popping up for sale in the region worth around $600,000.