With 38 seats, Villa Amalfi is Australia's second best home cinema

With 38 seats, Villa Amalfi is Australia's second best home cinema
With 38 seats, Villa Amalfi is Australia's second best home cinema

Villa Amalfi in Paradise Point, Queensland is a riverfront home advertised as a work of art.

The 1,600 square metre six-bedroom house comes with a 12-metre pool, an 180-person formal dining room, an internal lift that can carry 13 people and a gourmet chef’s kitchen.

And of course, this 38-seat home cinema is the Mediterranean masterpiece.

The four-level residence was built with its 42 metre north easterly Broadwater frontage by Geart and Birthe Bjerring, who bought the Knightsbridge Parade East block for $3.2 million in 2008 before going on to build what is their fourth Sovereign Islands home.

It was on the market with $12 million price hopes in mid-2011 and Coldwell Banker is now seeking interest at $9.5 million in conjunction with First National Paradise Point.

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Alistair Walsh

Alistair Walsh

Deutsche Welle online reporter

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