Inside jaw-dropping Gold Coast home hits the market

A FOUR-LEVEL mansion on the Gold Coast with more bathrooms than bedrooms has hit the market.

The showstopper property known as Villa Amalfi is on the Sovereign Islands and comes with a seemingly endless list of luxury features from a resort-style pool, theatre, lift, super-sized butler’s pantry and 10-car basement.

Welcome to Villa Amalfi.

The house plan stretches over 1273 sqm on a 720 sqm block with 27m of Broadwater frontage.

Property records reveal 50-52 Knightsbridge Parade East last changed hands in 2016 for $4.888888 million.

The owners appeared to have snapped up a bargain at the time — the property previously traded for $6.65 million in 2012.

Villa Amalfi is for sale through Ivy Wu and Issac Kim via expressions of interest.

“Enriched by an intriguing mix of clean lines and softening curves, and with pool and ocean views from almost every room, it presents as the perfect luxury oasis to leave you feeling as if you are permanently on holidays,” Mr Kim said.

“Flawlessly finished, with a lift to each level, a double-height foyer fringed by a curved stone feature wall greets you upon arrival.”

Resort-style living awaits.

The pool meanders its way through the middle of the trophy home and can be enjoyed form different vantage points.

There are multiple formal and informal living and dining zones as well as two waterfront alfresco terraces.

Cook up a storm in your chef’s kitchen.

The top floor is dedicated to the main bedroom and includes two balconies, kitchenette, large walk-in robe with rich built-in cabinetry and a luxury ensuite with an elevated spa and triple shower.

The second floor includes four ensuited bedrooms while the ensuited guest bedroom is on the ground level.

Boaties are also in for a treat with a 15m that can moor a large yacht or cruiser.

The property from the air.

Sovereign Islands has some of the most expensive property in the country with homeowners not afraid to push boundaries in the designs and builds of their houses.

It is a gated community that is connected to the mainland by a bridge which is guarded by a 24-hour security service.

On the island the roads are paved with bricks and streets are landscaped with palm trees while the enclave is a haven for boating enthusiasts with deepwater moorings and bridge-free access.

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