Gold Coast prize home’s jaw-dropping garage upgrade

1A Winterhaven Key, Broadbeach Waters
A luxurious former Gold Coast prize home has hit the market complete with an epic garage conversion featuring a metallic floor, hexagonal LED lighting and a jaw-dropping mural.
Tattoo artist and boutique property developer Jake Bruce purchased the four-bedroom Broadbeach Waters home for $2.4 million with partner, Tanika Duers, in March last year.
While the sleek 2019-built home was move-in ready with designer furnishings included, the owners turned their attention to creating a showroom-style space for prestige cars.
Mr Bruce commissioned award-winning Surfers Paradise tattoo artist Zbanger to create a floor-to-ceiling monochrome grafitti art mural of a Lamborghini in front of a cityscape, and the custom light grid was installed overhead.
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The house on a 302sqm lot at 1A Winterhaven Key is marketed for sale via an expressions of interest campaign with Jay Helprin and Michael Kollosche, of Kollosche.
“It’s enviably positioned within walking distance of Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, public transport, the beach, The Star casino and central Broadbeach,” Mr Helprin said.
“Timber and lush greenery counterbalance a distinctive black and white facade to create striking street appeal, and motoring enthusiasts will appreciate showroom-style parking for two cars with metallic epoxy flooring, Hex LED lighting and a built-in workspaces.”
The showroom-style garage has a metallic epoxy floor
The mural by tattoo artist Zbanger features prestige cars in front of a cityscape
The trophy property was an RSL Art Union prize home, according to a previous listing, and has only been lived in for 10 months since its construction.
The floorplan was designed for low-maintenance living and entertaining, with an ultra-modern kitchen fitted with Smeg appliances, five-burner cooktop and matte black cabinetry, and poolside al fresco area.
Features include a 5.8m entry void, pendant lighting, a venetian rendered wall and dramatic colour palette, as well as a rooftop terrace with city skyline views.
A guest bedroom is downstairs, while the remaining three bedrooms and a living room on the first floor, including the master suite which has a private balcony, large walk-in robe and ensuite with freestanding bath.
Matte black cabinetry and pendant lights in the kitchen
The home’s designer furniture is included in the sale

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