Gold Coast mansion with ‘wow factor’ going under the hammer

A JAW-DROPPING Isle of Capri mansion is expected to attract a crowd when it goes under the hammer on Friday.

Kollosche Broadbeach agent Eddie Wardale said glamour and practicality combined to give 68 The Promenade the ultimate in “wow factor”.

With a fresh renovation recently completed on the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home, the property is set apart from the rest by its dramatic voids, swathes of glass and sophisticated finishes.

68 The Promenade, Isle of Capri.

Showstopping details include a trio of oversized circular pendants imported from Spain.

“No expense has been spared by the owner in making this house magnificent,” Mr Wardale said.

“It’s a glamorous home, but it’s also very practical.

“Lawns and landscaping are minimal, leaving little for a new owner to do but walk-in, unpack and appreciate the lifestyle here.”

Sumptuous and sublime, the floor plan allows for easy family living, with the luxury touches a keen entertainer will covet.

Think a 10m x 4m pool with iridescent mosaic waterline tiles, underwater lighting, extensive decking, an outdoor shower, and a covered alfresco terrace featuring a shiplap timber ceiling and Hikivision cameras.

With easy indoor and outdoor integration, oversized doors open out onto the pool and BBQ area, with sparkling river views, a wet bar and a 14m/46ft pontoon with a dock for a cruiser and two jet skis.

68 The Promenade, Isle of Capri.

Inside there is an oversized butler’s pantry with Liebherr wine storage to complement an entertainer’s kitchen, with an Ilve oven, Smartstone Petra Grigio waterfall island bench, Franke double sink and mixer and integrated appliances.

The master bedroom is ready to welcome the fashion passionate to its deluxe walk-in dressing room with display cabinets, bench seating and a glamour glass pendant.

68 The Promenade, Isle of Capri.

There is a ground floor guest quarters, an executive home office, deluxe powder room, a laundry with full-height cabinetry, ducted and zoned airconditioning, a Sonace integrated sound system, and Kasta automation for lights and curtains.

Kollosche Broadbeach will oversee an auction on the property on February 10 at 11am

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