$20m hinterland mansion hits the market

A $20 MILLION mega mansion complete with aircraft facilities and a panic room with bulletproof glass has hit the market on the Gold Coast.

Mansion living

390 SPENGLER ROAD: Gold Coast hinterland mansion threatens to break sale records. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

Nestled in the sleepy country suburb of Biddaddaba in the Gold Coast hinterland, the property at 390 Spengler Rd threatens to break sale records.


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390 SPENGLER ROAD: One of the main areas of the 10-bedroom estate. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

Brisbane diesel engine technician and entrepreneur Preston Richardson and his wife, Miranda, spent two years and $14 million rebuilding the mansion after his company PBR Properties purchased the 627ha block for $3.575 million in December 2012.

Mansion Ballroom

390 SPENGLER ROAD: Private ballroom suited for 250 guests. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

The couple “completely transformed” the original homestead into a 10-bedroom, seven-bathroom masterpiece with its own grand ballroom for 250 guests, helipad and airstrip.

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390 SPENGLER ROAD: Nestled in the Gold Coast hinterland on 1,550 acres. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

The fully fenced estate boasts a glorious Colonial-style main residence and comes equipped with a generator big enough to run the entire property in the event of a power outage.

Mansion Pool

390 SPENGLER ROAD: The mansion wraps around a controlled heated pool. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

The home also features a heated, 5-metre deep in-ground pool, two guesthouses, 16 dams, a library with floor-to-ceiling shelving, a wine cellar, tennis court, a fully equipped gym and two aircraft hangars.

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390 SPENGLER ROAD: Private tennis arena. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

The highest ­selling home in Gold Coast history was 213 Hedges Ave in Mermaid Beach, which was snapped up by Queensland Harvey Norman boss Steve Cavalier for $19 million in 2006.

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390 SPENGLER ROAD: Panic room, complete with bulletproof glass. IMAGE: realestate.com.au

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