It has been dubbed Queensland’s leading address, and one look inside this palatial home will answer any questions as to why.
The $22.6million home on Mermaid beach on the Gold Coast is simply stunning, and has an ultra-rare three-block frontage to one of the area’s most popular beaches.
The five bedroom five bathroom home has a master suite which rivals most inner-city apartments in sell your house fast jacksonville size which includes a huge bedroom, dressing room, ensuite and built in robe as well as panoramic views of the beach.
And if the full frontal views of Mermaid beach aren’t enough then the sweeping views of the southern beaches to the right of the home surely are.
The uninterrupted views are courtesy of the parkland block which runs alongside the home.
There is a whale watching deck, and balconies off most rooms as well as a luxury library off the hall near the master suite.
There is a basement level which is big enough for seven cars, and the ‘ultimate man cave ever designed, complete with a study, pool table, bar, powder room and a massive four screen television’.
The home was sold by realtors at Amir prestige. Amir Mian told Daily Mail Australia the home was exceptional.
‘It is an iconic home in an exceptional location near Mermaid beach, Pacific Fair and the casino, but the beach frontage makes you fell like it is on its own little island,’ he said.
The real estate agent said the fact it was three side-by-side titles made it rare and gave the buyers ‘the whole lifestyle’.
The home also has a gym, a cool room, sauna, a dog’s bedroom, bathroom, and second laundry in the secure basement.
A beautiful magnesium pool and spa are feature pieces of the home, and are placed in the centre of the complex.
There is an ‘impressive gourmet kitchen featuring Corian benchtops, ‘Gaggenau’ appliances, integrated cocktail bar and butler’s pantry where storage is king,’ according to the realtors.
The home is a modern build and incorporates key-less entry into its design. There is also air conditioning, CCTV and a smarthome system – not to mention many chandeliers.
An elevator services all three levels of this stunning home which was sold in August.
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