More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThere’s plenty of room to cook up a storm in this kitchen. The living room flows onto the courtyard with pool. What a heavenly courtyard.“The buyer never actually inspected it, it was a Facetime call,” Mr Willcox said.“They were overseas at the time.“It was actually a first for me.”The two-storey villa blends coastal and classic style.It has an open kitchen and living area that flows onto an a courtyard, which overlooks a pool while the second floor is dedicated to three bedrooms. The perfect place to relax after a busy day. Not a bad spot to sip a cocktail on a Sunday afternoon.IMAGINE splashing out more than $1 million on a home you have never seen in person.It’s risky business but the buyer of this Main Beach villa had no qualms about making such a big move.Lambert Willcox Estate Agents director Jesse Willcox, who marketed the property at 1/41 Cronin Ave, said an overseas buyer bought the French-style villa for $1.35 million via a video call.It sold within six days of hitting the market. The arched windows in the bedroom give it a quirky character. The villa at 1/41 Cronin Ave, Main Beach.It’s sought-after position within walking distance to the restaurants and cafes of Tedder Ave as well as the beach is one of its biggest selling points.Mr Willcox said the buyer planned to move to the Gold Coast to live in the property.He believed more comprehensive marketing through video technology was making buyers feel more comfortable buying homes without inspecting them in person first.