Top seats to watch the Games

IF you’ve missed out on securing tickets to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, there are other ways to watch the sporting action.

Australasia’s biggest property group, Ray White, has come up with an extremely comfortable solution for fans wanting to cheer on their favourite athletes over the next ten days.

A quick search of the latest residential property listings on reveals what could be the best seats (inside some impressive houses) to the largest sporting event to be staged in Australia this decade.

Tune into the opening day of activity from the Art Deco-inspired home theatre at 60 Sophie Ave, Broadbeach Waters.

‘The Palms’ (above) is a gated Gold Coast waterfront estate comprised of more than 30 rooms across three levels.

Watch our cyclists in hot pursuit on the fully-automated screen, complete with a projector, curtains, lights and a bar.

Sam Guo and Julia Kuo of Ray White Broadbeach-Mermaid Waters are marketing the sale of this spectacular home, which is on the market for $8,950,000.

Relax and enjoy the Aussies dominating the swimming finals from the soundproofed cinema inside this extraordinary East Perth penthouse (above).

Split over two levels, 5/11 Brown St also has a private pool, gym, three kitchens, a maid’s quarters, six king-size bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Ray White City Residential Perth principal Brent Compton is managing the sale of this remarkable home which also comes with parking for eight vehicles, handy for when your mates want to watch the Games with you.

If you fly into the Gold Coast but get stuck in traffic on your way to the event, drop by the home theatre at 194 Pacific Parade, Bilinga.

With 4D sound and ten leather recliners (above), you won’t want to leave.

The four-level beachfront home is going under the hammer on Saturday, May 5 with the marketing campaign managed by Ray White Mermaid Beach agent Troy Dowker.

When you’re stuck in Brisbane and can’t make the quick trip down the M1 highway, pull up a recliner at 61 Gillan St, Norman Park.

For sale by negotiation, this three-level home not only comes with a media room (above), but also has a swimming pool, jetty, indoor and outdoor kitchens, gym, games room and wine cellar.

Ray White Bulimba’s Tanya Douglas and George Petavrakis will show you how to turn on the big screen to check the Aussie medal tally.

It’s hard to find a better place to enjoy watching sport than at a pub.

Ray White Hobart sales manager Andrew Wells is excited to offer the Midlands Hotel for sale, or lease by way of expressions of interest closing Friday, November 18th.

The Midlands Hotel (above) is located on the main street of Oatlands and is one of only two hotels servicing the historic township, which is on the shores of Lake Dulverton in the centre of Tasmania.

Built in 1958, the hotel has a public bar, function room, five guest rooms, a bottle shop, manager’s flat, gaming room (approvals have been sought for the reintroduction of 12 machines), Tote and Keno.