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Ultra luxury mansion with an unusual feature to go under the hammer – you should see the dining room

Huge sprawling mansion chock full of unusual features hits the market for at least 6.8MILLION – but it could prove to be an unlikely bargain

  • Nine bedroom, ultra-extravagant, LED-lit mega-mansion is for sale on the Gold Coast for $6.8million+
  • Set on a nearly 9000 square metre property, the four-storey home has its own nightclub including dancefloor
  • The master bedroom has three walk-in robes, a moasaic-tiled bathroom and retractable skylight

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A Gold Coast mega-mansion so extravagant that it could be the set for a glitzy reality television ratings blockbuster is for sale – and it could prove an unlikely bargain.

The nine bedroom, seven bathroom Tallai home – on a nearly 9000 square metre LED-lit block – has its own nightclub, a 16-seater cinema, $200,000 tiled bathroom, huge master bedroom with retractable skylight and multiple dining rooms.

Built and formerly owned by Gold Coast developer, Graeme Ingles, the indulgent home once carried a price-tag of $15million, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported. 

The ultra-indulgent nine-bedroom home at 156 Tallai Road, on the Gold Coast (pictured) is for sale for $6.8million-plus 

Pegasus, male wrestling and Greek chariots are the backdrop for the sparse but classy dining room

Pegasus, male wrestling and Greek chariots are the backdrop for the sparse but classy dining room

The current asking price is over $6.8million.

Located at 1556 Tallai Road, Tallai, it last sold for $5.8million in 2011 and has been on the market for a month. Domain estimates it could sell for between $6.94million and $8.76million.

The most unusual feature is probably the nightclub, which could easily accommodate 40 patrons at the bar, dance floor and the adjacent outdoor seating area.  

‘Host events with a full club-like experience including full sized wet bar, karaoke stage and dance floor as well as a purpose built 16 seat cinema; custom designed with state of the art sound system,’ reads LJ Hooker Gold Coast’s listing.

It also has a pink ‘1500 bottle temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room’.

To add to the club vibe, the property has billiards and steam rooms and is equipped with a multicoloured LED feature lighting system, to highlight its many outdoor features in a spectrum of pinks, blues and greens. 

These include a massive tiled pool and pool deck, an ostentatious fountain containing a bronze sculpture, glass elevator, and ‘zen garden with waterfall’.

It also has underground parking for six cars and a huge guest house at the top of the property. 

The extravagant Gold Coast home goes all-out to provide a full nightclub vibe, centred on a full-size bar and adjacent dance floor and outdoor area

The extravagant Gold Coast home goes all-out to provide a full nightclub vibe, centred on a full-size bar and adjacent dance floor and outdoor area

The four-storey Tallai Road home has a 16-seat cinema in the main house

The four-storey Tallai Road home has a 16-seat cinema in the main house

Back indoors, the extravagance is perhaps best illustrated by a colossal master bedroom, which has three walk-in robes, a kitchenette, ‘a vast six-star ensuite with floor to ceiling mosaics and massive spa’ and a retractable skylight.

Then there’s the unusual but luxurious dining room surrounded by walls featuring faux Grecian murals showing what look to be a military chariot with Pegasus and Greek wrestling. 

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