Surfers Paradise trophy home with $12.5 million plus hopes at Paradise Waters

Surfers Paradise trophy home with $12.5 million plus hopes at Paradise Waters
Surfers Paradise trophy home with $12.5 million plus hopes at Paradise Waters

A waterfront Hampton's style trophy home has been listed in Surfers Paradise.

Recently completed, the 1486 sqm entertainer sits on a 2295 sqm double block on the waterfront of the Nerang River at Paradise Waters.

Across the 98 metre water frontage are two separate docks for a sailing boat and a speedboat which can be viewed from the waterfront dining room.

A balcony meets each of the four bedrooms with an alfresco dining deck accompanying the master retreat.

The luxury estate features an inside sauna, home cinema, large games room and a temperature controlled wine cellar.

Architecturally designed, imported Italian marble has been used throughout with hand washed American oak used as a motif both inside and outdoors.

Numerous outdoor entertaining areas as well as a ceramic tiled swimming pool, a log fire and manicured resort style gardens complete the outside of the house.

There is also an office with a separate entrance which can be used as a fifth bedroom, although without the luxury of its own balcony. 

A built in solarium, steam room, massage table and gym complete the hotel style aspects of the private retreat.

Marketed as the most photographed residence on the coast when advertised through previous agency Renee Morgan Real Estate, current Ray White listing agent Sherry Smith is expecting 46-48 Norseman Court to fetch over $12.5 million.

Expressions of interest close February 10 in conjunction with Talei Kelly of Kelly Projects

 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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