Waterfront home on sought-after Gold Coast street fetches more than $2 million

first_img103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri. 103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri. 103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri.The property was on the market for about four months under another agency before Mr Wardale took over.It last sold in October 2014 for $1,811,500.Despite a slower market across the Coast over winter, Mr Wardale said properties on the Isle of Capri remained in high demand.“I think the Isle of Capri is one of the hottest suburbs at the moment,” he said.“I definitely think it’s only improving.” 103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri.THE ink is dry on the multimillion-dollar sale of a waterfront home on one of the Gold Coast’s most sought after streets.The $2.15 million sale of the sprawling property on the Isle of Capri’s Amalfi Drive was cemented late last week following a 60-day settlement period.Marketing agent Eddie Wardale, of Kollosche Prestige Agents, said an expat Australian family living in Vietnam bought the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago103 Amalfi Drive, Isle Of Capri.The family, initially from interstate, planned to move to the Gold Coast for their children’s schooling.“They looked at homes around Benowa Waters primarily and decided they wanted to be on the Isle of Capri because of the lifestyle and … shops nearby,” he said.The contemporary home sits on a 789sq m block and has 20m of water frontage and skyline views.A media room, pool, pontoon and master bedroom ensuite with sunken spa are among its standout features.Mr Wardale said the family planned to renovate the home then move into it in about two to three years.last_img read more