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Location: 55 Knightsbridge Parade West, Sovereign Islands, Queensland, AU

Square Footage: 26,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $11,000,000

This Gothic Castle style waterfront mega mansion is located at 55 Knightsbridge Parade West on the Sovereign Islands in Queensland, AU.

It first hit the market in 2010 for $20 million and sold in 2012 for just $5.325 million.

It features approximately 26,000 square feet of living space on 4 floors with 7 bedrooms, 9 full and 1 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase & elevator, formal living & dining rooms, great room, cigar room, home office, library, billiards room, 2nd floor lounge, home theater, gym with sauna, 14-car subterranean garage and more.

Outdoor features include 2 gated entrances, balconies/terraces, rooftop deck, swimming pool with spa and a boat dock.

It is listed at $11,000,000.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Sheldon for the tip!

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  • AndrewF

    Stunningly ugly exterior. Apart from sheer ugliness, there is also the matter of lack of sympathy with the surroundings – what demented freak would want to put a GOTHIC CASTLE in the sub tropical environment of Sovereign Islands, Queensland?

    Still… at least it has a large garage.




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  • AndrewF

    Stunningly ugly exterior. Apart from sheer ugliness, there is also the matter of lack of sympathy with the surroundings – what demented freak would want to put a GOTHIC CASTLE in the sub tropical environment of Sovereign Islands, Queensland?

    Still… at least it has a large garage.




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    • Kenny Michael Forder

      The interior is even worse -_-




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  • Allen

    Funny, how the crenellations appear on some pics and not on others.




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    • AndrewF

      Some of the pictures included here do not appear on the listing, and they are the ones where crenellations are visible – they must be older, perhaps from the previous sale? It looks like the most recent owner tried to make this pile less offensive. Well… kudos for trying, anyway!




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  • Anon

    This is a building the embarassing physical statement of which ought to render the builder liable to a defamation suit by Australia itself. It is an egregious waste of materials and a ceaseless headache for architecture enthusiasts in Australia. I am surprised, and annoyed, that it hasn’t been pulled down yet and the materials carefully recycled elsewhere. This is the kind of house which I doubt would ever see a second owner unless the original owner was prepared to take a gargantuan loss on resale.




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