A super-sized penthouse on the northern Gold Coast that has a bigger floorplan than a suburban housing block has hit the market.
Originally designed as three separate apartments before being amalgamated into one enormous penthouse, 2601/2 Ephraim Island is an absolute showstopper.
Stretching bigger than a residential housing block with 632 sqm of luxury living space, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence is in a class of its own.
Could you imagine living here?
Ivy Realty agent Isaac Kim said there was “nothing comparable” on the market.
“This is the best penthouse on the northern Gold Coast, no exceptions,” Mr Kim said.
“Not just the size, but the quality and the finishings.
“It is everything you could ever want, and more.”
Grand proportions feature throughout, from the black pearl and brushed gold kitchen to the five-star hotel style bedrooms, with custom designed carpets, custom built joinery, and opulent design accents.
High-end appliances can be found in every room, with a warming drawer in the kitchen, Italian timber veneer Vintec wine fridges and the latest Miele oven and coffee machine.
There are 360-degree views over Sovereign and Stradbroke Islands across the Surfers Paradise skyline and beyond to the hinterland.
Entry is through a private lobby into a brushed gold lift with the interior design a melting pot of Italian, Art Deco, Avant Garde, and Asian influences.
The living area.
There is American oak parquetry flooring, automated curtains and all bedrooms have access to their own private balcony.
Mr Kim said the soaring ceilings created an atmosphere of overall opulence.
“The ceilings are double height and there is such a feeling of space and luxury throughout,” he said.
Stand out features include a stone facade fireplace in Black Emperador with marble finishes and a powder room clad in leather-feel wallpaper.
There is garaging for three cars, an 18m berth, security system and CCTV, one-off chandeliers in the formal dining room and a bar with unique foldaway doors.
The property is being sold via expressions of interest.
Article source: www.realestate.com.au