Controversial Instagram influencer makes a tidy profit selling his lavish Gold Coast mansion – featuring the same type of floors as the Sistine Chapel – just 11 months after he bought it
- Tyson Scholz sells luxury mansion for $4.61 million
- Scholz calls himself an ‘ASX Wolf’ trader
- He made a $310,000 profit on the Queensland home
An Australian influencer who calls himself the ‘ASX Wolf’ has sold his lavish Gold Coast mansion within a year of buying it for a tidy profit.
Queensland influencer Tyson Scholz’s Hamptons-style home sold for $4.61 million, giving Scholz a $310,000 profit since purchasing it 11 months ago.
Ray White Sovereign Islands Real estate agent James Drake sold the exclusive property of Sanctuary Cove at auction at the Sheraton Mirage on the Gold Coast on Monday night.
The five-bedroom townhouse features six parking spaces, a private dock, a heated swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor spa, gourmet indoor and outdoor kitchens, and Italian marble floors – the same type used in the Sistine Chapel.
The luxury mansion generated a lot of interest during the auction, with three bidders – two on the phone and one in person – vying for the property.
Queensland influencer Tyson Scholz, known as the ‘ASX Wolf’ trader, has sold his luxury mansion for $4.61 million
Three bidders competed at auction for the Hampton-style property, located on the exclusive Sanctuary Cove on the north side of the Gold Coast (pictured)
The luxury property features five bedrooms, gourmet indoor and outdoor kitchens, and Italian marble floors – the same type used in the Sistine Chapel (pictured)
The property was advertised with an asking price of $4.6 million and up, a price that the Australian Financial Review estimated to result in a net loss on the property.
Scholz told the AFR his assumption was largely “incorrect” and declined to comment on his personal matters.
The Lamborghini-driving stock trader regularly bragged about his lavish life and his trading profits to his 21,000 followers on Instagram.
Scholz recently married his glamorous partner Sophie Lee Anderson after returning home from a lengthy world tour of Paris, Greece, Switzerland and Dubai.
He also regularly posted photos of his Lamborghini Aventador with the license plate ‘ASX Bull’ and a Ferrari GTB with the license plate ‘ASX Wolf’.
He also showed photos of himself drinking Dom Perignon, trading stocks on a yacht, and in idyllic destinations with his then-fiancee.
In January 2021, he posted on Instagram that he made $132,866.91 in one trading day, boasting that he “made $1 million in profit in 28 weeks.”
The property also has a private dock, a heated outdoor spa and pool, and a large pool house (pictured)
Scholz posted pictures of his Lamborghini Aventador with the ‘ASX Bull’ license plate and a Ferrari GTB with an ‘ASX Wolf’ plate (photo)
Scholz (pictured with his wife Sophie Lee Anderson) regularly posted about his lavish life