Edin Kara of Ray White Sovereign Islands was behind the mega sale — the highest on the exclusive islands this year.The house had been on the market with other agents since November, 2016.At one point, it was marketed with the neighbouring vacant block, also owned by the Uhrhane couple, with an asking price of $12 million. Mr Kara, who took over the marketing last month said the buyers were from the Gold Coast.“I really believe this was good value for money,” he said. “ It took a while to negotiate but the buyers eventually came up to $5.4 million. “This will be their main residence — they loved the quality of the house and the Broadwater views.” The Broadwater views. The pair enlisted Davis Carlson with the design, eager to capitalise on the views out to South Stradbroke Island.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoA lift, 10-car garage, seven bathrooms, library, media room and sauna are among the four-bedroom home’s luxury features.Construction took 12 months, with more than $500,000 spent on the electronics.There is 42m of water frontage with an infinity-edge heated pool which even has an automatic top-up water system. From the water. 46 Knightsbridge Parade East, Sovereign Islands sold to a Gold Coast family for $5.4 million.A PALATIAL Paradise Point mansion with more levels than bedrooms has sold for $5.4 million. The vendors, long-term Sovereign Islands residents Dennis and Nina Uhrhane, bought the block on Knightsbridge Parade East in 2011 to build their five-storey dream home.