Gold Coast mansion inspired by French renaissance

6 Queen Guineveres Place, Sovereign Islands has hit the market.
FEEL a million miles away from the Gold Coast in this French-inspired mansion.
Infused with the wanderlust of globetrotting duo Sergio and Suzie Esteves, this vision of European grandeur embodies the timeless allure and elegance of the revered French renaissance.
“I have European parents and Suzie and I love travelling through Europe,” Mr Esteves said.
“We have stayed in some of the best places in France and we love the French renaissance and the luxurious furnishings that captures that era – opulent, majestic and timeless.”
With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the waterfront home is positioned in a sought-after enclave in Kings Bay on a sprawling 1050 sqm block.

Inside the statement house.
Luxury at every turn.

6 Queen Guineveres Place, Sovereign Islands.
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Mr Esteves said it was difficult to choose his favourite features of the property, but its location was as significant as its decor.
“The chandeliers imported from Europe, the very high ceilings with double cornices, the wrought iron curved staircase and the unique exterior with a large circular driveway complimented by a water fountain are a few of my favourite things,” he said.
“But Sovereign islands itself is a secluded and vibrant place.
“To live where CEOs, doctors, entrepreneurs, overseas residents and successful people find a luxurious lifestyle complimented by direct access to water, private security services and the attractions of the Gold Coast is truly something.”

The outdoor entertaining area.
The facade of the home is an imposing sight, as the circular driveway leads through established European style gardens towards arched double doors.
Inside is a tri-level masterpiece of beauty and style, with marble flooring, luxurious living zones and lavish bedrooms, all with ensuites.

The pool.
Outdoors is an all-weather entertaining area with built-in outdoor kitchen, a 12m heated pool and lush lawns with automated lighting and irrigation.
Extras include, ducted airconditioning, six car accommodation, keyless entry, security system, powder room and drying courtyard, Juliette balconies and Portuguese patterned tiles.
Mr and Mrs Esteves have put 6 Queen Guineveres Place Sovereign Islands on the market with Ivy Wu and Isaac Kim of Ivy Realty.

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