Sale buoys penthouse after next door sells for millions

first_imgThe auction of the penthouse at 104/ 3645 Main Beach Parade, Main Beach (DeVille building). Auctioneer Dane Atherton. Picture: Jerad Williams The north facing penthouse sold under the hammer over the weekend.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours ago The winning bidder (right) celebrates with a friend. Picture: Jerad WilliamsNick McHutchison of Kollosche Prestige Agents is marketing the 103 penthouse, and said the number of influential bidders on the north-facing residence was promising.“This one is asking 20 per cent less than what the north-facing one sold for,” he said.“The owner is keen to secure a result pre-Christmas and is open to reasonable offers.” The two level penthouse is on the 26th floor. The property also features an in-wall aquarium.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse with rooftop pool is on the market for $2.99 million. Ms Jay Lim pictured enjoying the rooftop swimming pool of the De Ville apartments penthouse at Main Beach. Picture Mike BatterhamIT’S hoped the multi-million sale of a Gold Coast penthouse at auction will motivate buyers to snap up its luxury neighbour. 104 ‘De Ville’ 3645 Main Beach Parade changed hands for $3.66 million, after eight registered bidders lined up for the property. 103/3645 Main Beach Pde, Main Beach is also on the market.last_img read more

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Pardew ready to talk to Ashley

first_imgAlan Pardew knows he has an awkward conversation with owner Mike Ashley to come, but hopes he will remain in the Newcastle manager’s job after it. Press Association “We know we’ve got an uncomfortable conversation regarding the form this year, the under-achievement and everything else. “We need to find out what the reasons were and then it’s for Mike, and hopefully with me, to decide how to go forward. “It’s a privilege and honour to be manager of this club. “But Mike could decide he needs a new manager. “I like to think that he won’t, that next year he’ll stay with myself.” Pardew’s men are one place outside the drop zone with two games left. center_img The Magpies have failed to back-up last season’s top-five finish and are in the midst of a relegation battle heading into Sunday’s game at QPR. With an eight-year contract to his name Pardew would not be expected to be made to pay for results, but the former West Ham manager knows that could end up being the case. “Mike and I will sit down as soon as we know what division we’re in,” he told a number of national newspapers. last_img read more

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