Melbourne brothel building up for sale: Paradise Angels site in Seaford to be auctioned in June
Inside Melbourne’s blush-pink ‘dollhouse’ that hides a very interesting secret: It’s going on the market for $1.6 million
- A pale pink, two-story building that doubles as a brothel is up for sale
- 31 Wells Road, which is leased to Paradise Angels, will be auctioned on June 23.
- The Seaford brothel, in south-east Melbourne, was given a 10-year lease in 2018.
- It features pink rooms with statues, mirrored walls, and a spa bedroom.
A two-story pale pink ‘dollhouse’ that doubles as a brothel and adult entertainment club has been placed on the real estate market, with the owners hoping to fetch at least $1.6 million for the place.
Paradise Angels has been occupying 31 Wells Road, in the south-east Melbourne suburb of Seaford, since 2018, offering a gross annual rental yield of $108,000.
But next month, the building, which has a reception area, a lounge, two common rooms, six other rooms, two laundries and 14 outdoor parking spaces, is going up for auction, giving a bold investor the chance to take charge
The business, nestled between two car dealerships on an industrial estate, features rooms with mirrored walls, bronze statues, an ATM, and a bedroom with a built-in hot tub in the corner.
31 Wells Road, in Seaford, southeast Melbourne, (pictured) is up for auction next month
The building, which is used as a brothel, features pink interior walls.
The reception area includes an ATM, television and several armchairs.
The tenant is four years into a 10-year lease, which contained the option to extend it for another two decades.
Ray White Commercial Oakleigh agent George Kelepouris said the site’s owners were looking for a 6 percent return on their investment.
He said the unique construction, located on 1,044 square meters, has had 2,165 views in the last week since the announcement was posted online.
Of those, there have been nine inquiries, and Kelepouris said the facility had attracted potential buyers from across Melbourne and as far as Sydney.
“It looks like a two-story dollhouse, all painted pink,” Kelepouris said. realcommercial.com.au.
Real estate agent said it looks like a ‘two-story doll’s house’
One room has a built-in whirlpool tub in the corner, with two bronze statues of women on either side.
Another room has mirrored walls, a bathroom, and a double bed with a deep pink velvety blanket.
‘The bounty of the land will always lend itself to future development, should the tenant decide to leave.
‘It’s in a great location and zoned industrial, surrounded by national tenants, on a main street across from a train station.’
Property records show the building was last sold for $1.15 million in 2012.
The auction will take place online on June 23.