The Mint’s Jake Johnson said the stunning six-bedroom showpiece on a 2ha block at 164 River Ave was priced at $2.4-$2.65 million. It sold to a family from an outer Melbourne suburb. “They loved everything about the home, particularly the space and the resort-style facilities,” he said. “They could see themselves living there for the long term.” The property is a wonderland of recreation and entertainment that has everything anyone would desire, from a helipad and a sports bar with beer on tap to a beach volleyball court with sunbeds and a basketball court with a Michael Jordan mural. RELATED: Plenty-full paradise boasts tri-level pad with helipad, sports bar 164 River Ave, Plenty, features an outdoor entertainment and recreation complex.Source:Supplied The property generated huge interest while it was on the market, with 45 groups from across Melbourne and interstate visiting the home. “But none flew in on a helicopter,” Mr Johnson said. The sports bar and games room.Source:Supplied The property was a rarity on the market, according to Mr Johnson. “It was definitely one of a kind and attracted more people that expected,” he said. “Everyone wants to live in a luxury home like this which has a little bit of everything.” One of the games courts.Source:Supplied Mr Johnson was surprised that the property was snapped up so quickly. “It sold in less than the average time a property takes to sell in Plenty and for more than double the median price,” he said. CoreLogic records show the median house price in Plenty soared 25.5 per cent to $1 million in the 12 months to August. The median days on market is 26 days. SUBURB PROFILE: PLENTY Mr Johnson said the buyers planned to move into the home just after Christmas. “I hope to get an invite to the New Year’s Eve party,” he added.