Scottish farmer sells Southport mansion

Scottish farmer sells Southport mansion

Friday, September 23, 2011 

Scottish agriculturalist John Lawrie is selling his nine-bedroom, 11-bathroom home in the prestigious TSS district on the Gold Coast.

Mr Lawrie, whose farms sell grain to whisky manufacturers, has placed the 5238sqm property at 2 Charlton Street, Southport, on the market via an expression of interest campaign through Nick Cole of Lucy Cole Prestige Properties.

The European-style mansion features a self contained, four-bedroom guest wing, a study, commercial-sized gymnasium, a 12m tiled swimming pool, 8-person sauna, luxurious spa bath, a championship tennis court and a five-car garage. The entrance features a circular driveway with room for another 10 cars and a towering porte cochere.

There also a choice of casual and formal living and dining areas, fireplaces, a cocktail bar, a billiards room, a podium for a grand piano, an atrium foyer with a carved cherrywood double staircase and a separate ground-floor suite for a housekeeper or grandparent.

See Lucy Cole Prestige Properties for details

Author: Gold PR agency Consulting Hall