An iconic Noosa Hinterland estate with its own helipad is going under the hammer

first_imgThe home overlooks the Noosa Hinterland.The luxurious home has been owned by Nambour born record producer and songwriter Mike Chapman since be bought it in 2007 for $8 million.Although Mr Chapman might not be a household name, he worked his magic with a number of popular international acts including Blondie, The Knack and Tina Turner.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe home has been on the market for more than a year.He was responsible for a number of chart topping hits as a songwriter on Pat Benatar’s Love Is a Battlefield and Tina Turner’s The Best.He produced several chart topping songs including Mr Sharona by The Knack and Blondie’s Rapture, which has the honour of being the first US number one hit to feature rap vocals.Mr Chapman has been trying to sell the home since late 2016, but has been unable to find buyer. ICONIC: HITMAKER Mike Chapman’s Sunny Coast pad could soon have a new owner.AN AUSSIE music legend that put his stamp on some of the iconic hits of the ‘70s and ‘80s looks set to finally sell off his expansive Sunshine Coast property.The sprawling 35 hectare Tinbeerwah property known as Cintamani at 430 Sunrise Road, Tinbeerwah will go under the hammer at 1pm tomorrow. The view from inside 430 Sunrise Road, Tinbeerwah.The price was slashed to $5.7 million last year after the property failed to sell via tender. Regarded as one of the most majestic properties of the Sunshine Coast, it includes a helicopter pad, tennis court, gourmet chefs kitchen, cold room and a maids quarters. Agent Tom Offermann from Tom Offermann Real Estate said he was “expecting a big turn out” for the auction.“It is an iconic country property, you can see it from most points around Noosa,” Mr Offermann said.Mr Chapman is not the only notable owner of home.The land was bought by former world number 1 tennis player Thomas Muster in 1994 for $1 million, who then built the sprawling six-bedroom home.center_img Tennis legend Thomas Muster originally designed the home.Cintamani will go to auction on Sunday, April 8 at 1pm.last_img read more