First look at luxury penthouses in Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast

Two luxury penthouses in Sanctuary Cove have been released to the market as thousands of visitors flock to the Gold Coast hotspot for the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

Developer Mulpha is behind the two sky homes in Harbour One, a waterfront apartment project under construction at 1 Masthead Way.

The two Harbour One waterfront penthouses have been designed to exude luxury coastal living and set a new benchmark for quality on the Gold Coast.

The release of the penthouses coincides with the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, which kicks off today.

The event was expected to attract 15,000 to 20,000 people from interstate and overseas with an expected turn out of over 50,000 people over the course of the four days.

Each penthouse, on the market from $8.5 million, features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, media rooms, indoor and outdoor living spaces, a private elevator, and parking for three vehicles.

The kitchen and dining room.

They are set to feature quality materials, fittings and fixtures including Gaggenau appliances, Liebherr fridges, and a temperature-controlled wine room.

Mulpha engaged luxury residential architects Archer Design to take a curated approach to the penthouses.

Director Richard Archer said the penthouses set a new standard for luxury living on the Gold Coast.

“Sanctuary Cove is a location like no other, and the penthouses have been designed for that very discerning market,” Mr Archer said.

“The sheer level of detailing and the quality of finishes is quite extraordinary.

“From the moment you exit the elevator directly into the penthouse you get a sense of the sheer scope of the space – the breadth and the height.

“The ceilings soar up to 5m, there is a seamless flow between indoors and out, and while the apartments are expansive, the space has been zoned into specific areas, so it is warm and inviting.

“Every detail and finish has been carefully crafted with purpose and consideration. Marble, timber, limestone, textural wall coverings, parquetry floors and fine edge detailing … no expense has been spared to create these world-class penthouses.”

Harbour One connects to Sanctuary Cove’s world-class marina and retail village and is a short buggy ride to the renowned golf courses, country club, pools, tennis courts and wellness facilities.

John Hughes, general manager of sales at Sanctuary Cove, said the Harbour One penthouses had an international appeal.

“The entire Harbour One development is a rare offering,” said Mr Hughes.

Construction is expected to be complete by March, 2024.

Article source: www.realestate.com.au

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