It’s the epitome of penthouse living with million-dollar views, a seemingly endless list of luxury features, a rooftop pool and a new $8.95m price tag.
The skyhome topping Main Beach’s boutique Sea building was designed by acclaimed Gold Coast architect Bayden Goddard with no expense spared in its presentation.
Marble, limestone, travertine, timber and stone are featured throughout, giving it a contemporary style, while floor to ceiling windows frame uninterrupted ocean views as far as the eye can see.
Owner Louis Zenonos developed the eight-storey building on Main Beach Pde. He moved into the skyhome not long after construction wrapped up in March last year.
“It’s something very, very special,” Mr Zenonos said.
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He enjoys admiring the view of Main Beach from the penthouse — an area he believes is one of the most beautiful parts of the Gold Coast.
“(It’s) directly on the beach at Main Beach, which is very sought after,” he said. “When you’re lying in the main bedroom, it feels like you’re lying in the water.”
He said the fact that it was easy to see what was happening on the beach was a drawcard.
“It’s at a perfect height where you feel engaged with the beach,” he said. “You’re not too high in the sky.”
The two-storey residence has four bedrooms and four bathrooms plus a powder room, with an open plan living area that extends onto a travertine tiled terrace at its heart — which means there’s plenty of space to entertain guests.
The gourmet kitchen with scullery has top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances, an integrated fridge and dishwasher as well as built-in wine fridges and a marble island bench.
The top floor was dedicated to the master suite, surrounded by walls of windows. It has individual dressing rooms and ‘his and her’ ensuites as well as access to a wraparound terrace with rooftop pool.
The remaining bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes, ensuites and panoramic Hinterland and ocean views. An executive study could be converted into an extra bedroom.
Other luxury features include a temperature-controlled wine cellar and C-BUS home automation system.
Add to that the fact that its location means Marina Mirage and the Tedder Ave cafe and restaurant precinct are close by.
The penthouse is being marketed by Kollosche Prestige Agents director Michael Kollosche with an asking price close to $10 million.