25 River Crescent, Broadbeach Waters is going to auction.
A luxury Gold Coast house that appears to be floating is attracting plenty of interest for its cutting-edge design.
The waterfront property at 25 River Cres, Broadbeach Waters is on the market through Josh Soineva of Amir Prestige Group who described it as a “world-class residence”.
The property also offers city skyline views.
There is no shortage of spaces to entertaining at this showstopper house.
The property is 350m to the main river.
“When I first walked through, I definitely noticed the overall architecture brilliance,” he said.
“Designer Jared Poole has really nailed the brief of open spaces combined with very high-end finishes.
“It’s contemporary living but also timeless at the same time.”
Property records reveal the seller paid $1.305m for the property in 2013 before building the current showstopper in 2020.
Striking aluminium screening on the exterior gives the illusion the top level is floating.
An aerial view of the pool.
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The five-bedroom house comes with a string of features from a cinema room, lift and home office to a gym, infinity-edge pool outdoor kitchen and firepit.
“The sellers haven’t spared any expense on the build and overall construction of the house,” he said.
Inside, a soaring foyer sets the tone for the rest of the house with a functional floorplan, that blends indoor and outdoor living spaces.
One of the bathrooms.
The main bedroom, on the second floor, has a dressing room and a marble-clad bathroom.
A floating staircase adds to the opulence while striking aluminium screening is on the exterior, and gives the illusion the top level is floating.
There is 23m of water frontage with a pontoon while the river is 350m away.
Other standouts include security system, CCTV cameras and smart wiring throughout the house.
Street view of the property.
The dining and living areas.
Mr Soineva said buyer feedback had been positive.
“Most of the feedback we’ve been getting is the style of the home is very family friendly or even suited to a downsizer as it’s got the lift,” he said.
“One of the neighbours actually said it had really increased the appeal of the whole street as it’s one of the first homes you see when you drive down.”
“River Cres is a bit of an untapped street in Broadbeach Waters so when something comes up we get a lot of interest in it.”
The property goes to auction on January 24.
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