One of the first condos to be remodelled at Pallazo Versace since the brand announced it was cutting ties with the hotel has hit the market.
ONE of the first condos to be remodelled at Palazzo Versace since the brand announced it was cutting ties with the hotel has hit the market.
The recently completed work transformed the two-bedroom residence with a Miami Beach flavour incorporated into its classic European design.
The condo at 94 Seaworld Drive Main Beach.
The residence has had a refresh.
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The apartment is in the well-known Palazzo Versace at Main Beach, although come July 31 and the hotel will cease operating as Palazzo Versace.
It was revealed earlier this year that the House of Versace had decided not to renew its branding agreement.
Private residence owners at the property are said to be excited for a “refresh” as they prepare for the House of Versace fashion brand to part ways with the iconic hotel.
Relax in style.
The sprawling property at The Spit includes 72 private luxury condos overlooking the waterways, offering owners an unrivalled lifestyle.
The latest condo on the market is listed with agent Duncan Longmore, of Kollosche — Broadbeach.
“A unique waterside offering, the residence provides a true turn-key opportunity for buyers seeking resort-level living within one of the Gold Coast’s most salubrious and exclusive addresses,” Mr Longmore said.
Inside the condo.
There is no shortage of luxury features throughout the residence from Swarovski lead crystal chandeliers and Villeroy & Boch tapware.
“Oversized mirrors, high ceilings and walls painted fresh Parisian white reflect light and create a sense of space,” Mr Longmore said.
“Imported Italian marble flooring has been honed and resealed, while hand-laid parquetry has been coated with epoxy to bring shine and durability.
“Allied to the original Palazzo Versace Hotel, subtle nods to the hotel’s namesake exist in the form of original taps in the bathrooms and a Medusa motif eternalised in a pane of frosted glass separating the master bedroom from its ensuite.”
The property at 94 Seaworld Drive Main Beach.
The new owner will also benefit from a private marina berth and have access to 24-hour security as part of the adjoining hotel’s facilities, which also include room service, housekeeping, concierge, lobby bar and pools.
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