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first_imgHe is also the host of Selling Houses Australia and is pictured here in front of a houseboat in Coomera which was renovated. Picture: Jerad WilliamsAt the time he described it as his “dream home”, but one answer may have given a clue about the future of the property.“It’s always a combination of loving a property and thinking I can make some money off a property — it’s a double-edged thing there,” he revealed. The statement house sits on a 950 sqm block with river frontage, and has its own pontoon. At the time, Winter said it was the third house they had lived in at Sanctuary Cove. Property guru and TV host Andrew Winter has listed this stunning Sanctuary Cove mansionCELEBRITY real estate agent and TV host Andrew Winter has put his Gold Coast home on the market. And he has revealed where he plans to move next. The stunning waterfront residence at Sanctuary Cove was quietly listed on Saturday, and is being marketed by Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty. The pool area before the renovation There are five bedrooms including a master suite with its own riverside deck, ensuite bathroom and walk in robe.Three of the bedrooms also have built-in robes and ensuites.The open plan living areas have soaring 3.8m ceilings, the kitchen has integrated appliances, a Miele oven, porcelain bench tops and a 3m ceiling, and attention to detail is evident throughout the residence, according to the listing.A fifth bedroom is located in the pool house and has a kitcheneet, walk-in-robe, an ensuite shower room and split-system airconditioning.Other features include a three-car garage, a 15m inground pool, riverside entertaining decks, an 8m pontoon with power and super fender and gated entry. Winter spoke exclusively to The Courier Mail this afternoon, saying Sanctuary Cove had been a wonderful place to raise their children, but it was time for a change.“Our youngest is now 14 and Caroline and I are not getting any younger so we have decided its time for a beach change,” he said.“We have spent 14 years on the northern end of the coast and but we have always had itchy feet.“So we are heading to join the hip set somewhere between Main Beach and Mermaid Beach.”Speaking of his next dream home, Winter said his preference would be a “beachside knock-down and rebuild”.He said the decision would be “location driven” and that they had already started their house hunt.“I am pretty much living on realestate.com.au,” he laughed. The property guru said he believed the Gold Coast was “very much at the beginning” of its real estate boom, noting there was plenty of room to move in the market. 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Following a complete renovation, it is now listed for sale for $3.95 million and it is easy to see why.It has a northerly aspect and views across the water and uninhabited natural islands.“Remodelled and totally renovated during 2018, under the supervision of an architect, interior designer and landscape designers,” the listing states. “Better than new, this home has real character and layout to suit everyone from busy families, could be the ultimate holiday home, or perhaps the perfect choice for multi generational family living, or retirees that love to entertain.” Andrew Winter (right) co-hosts Foxtel’s popular series Love It Or List It with Neale Whitaker. Picture: SuppliedIn November last year, the Selling Houses Australia and Love it or List it host shared why he loved the waterfront house with News Corp. “It really embraces living in southeast Queensland,” he said. “It’s got massive bi-fold doors, high ceilings — you throw the doors open and you’re right on the water — it’s got a pool, you get cross-ventilation, you get enough sun but not too much. “For a Pom, it’s embracing the climate that we live in and the outdoor lifestyle. It’s always talked about and that’s why we live here.”center_img The property has been completely remodelled and renovated“We don’t stay long anywhere and it’s suited us — we’ve had our family and kids growing up there, it’s about friends around you — feeling safe and secure I guess that’s one of the things we like about it,” he said in November.Sanctuary Cove is a magnet for well-heeled business types and local celebrities, and has been a popular secret hideaway for paparazzi-shy international stars in the past.It has two championship golf courses and is just 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 45 minutes from Brisbane. The kitchen in 2017, before the renovation … More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago “The doom and gloom in the southern markets, I just don’t see that happening in the southeast,” he said.“There is lots of expensive homes selling on the Gold Coast … $2, $3, $4 million, it doesn’t get you much in Sydney and Melbourne but here, it gets you a lot.“This house (Sanctuary Cove), if I could pick it up and move it to somewhere by the beach I would.”The Winter property is listed with John and Marie Manning of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Sanctuary Cove. “It is a stunning property. He (Winter) completely refurbished it, basically leaving the outside walls up and then doing everything else,” Ms Manning said.“There is a conservation area opposite so no houses and never to be built out, and it is north-facing to Main River.“It is in a prime location … it’s an exclusive area, yes.”last_img read more

first_imgAston Villa have offered a new contract to defender Ron Vlaar but released striker Darren Bent, the club have announced. “Darren Bent is a proven goalscorer and that was something he proved during his loan spell with the club last season,” Clement told the club’s official website, www.dcfc.co.uk. “He is going to be key in our plans to move forward.” Enda Stevens will also leave Villa having made nine appearances after joining from Shamrock Rovers in January 2012. The Holland international had previously been expected to leave the club he joined from Feyenoord in 2012. Sherwood had shelved any contract talks with Vlaar until Villa had secured their Barclays Premier League future, with the club eventually finishing 17th. Vlaar, 30, has made 88 appearances for Villa and captained the side before being replaced as skipper by Fabian Delph this season. Southampton were interested in Vlaar last year after he excelled in Holland’s run to the World Cup semi-final, where they lost to Argentina in a penalty shoot-out with Vlaar missing from the spot. Villa also confirmed the exit of £24million record signing Bent, who has joined Derby on a two-year deal. Bent was released after scoring 25 goals in 72 appearances following a club record transfer from Sunderland in 2011. He fell out of favour with former manager Paul Lambert and spent time on loan at Brighton and Derby last season, sc oring 12 goals in 13 starts for the Rams as they missed out on the Sky Bet Championship play-offs. New Derby head coach Paul Clement shared the club’s interest in bringing Bent back to the iPro Stadium as he looks to win promotion at the first time of asking in his first managerial role. Vlaar’s current deal expires at the end of the month and boss Tim Sherwood has previously underlined his desire to keep him at Villa Park. Vlaar admitted after Villa’s FA Cup semi-final win over Liverpool in April that Sherwood’s appointment as manager had changed things for him at the club and he was considering staying. Press Associationlast_img read more