Luxury Gold Coast residence set to attract buyers with sophisticated taste
IT’S the epitome of sophistication.
From its black and white palette with stone and timber finishes to a showpiece glass-encased wine cellar, the luxury home is a statement residence on the Isle of Capri’s waterfront.
Contemporary style has been blended with state-of-the-art design to create the house at 25 The Corso.
Kollosche agent Eddie Wardale said every aspect was breathtaking from the moment you stepped inside.
“It’s the first impression when you walk in the front door — it’s like a postcard image,” he said.
The open-plan kitchen, family and dining room with an eco smart bioethanol fireplace forms the centrepiece of the home.
Its vastness is accentuated when cavity retractable glass doors are pulled back, creating a seamless flow onto the alfresco area.
There is plenty of space to entertain guests as well as an outdoor kitchen and pool overlooking the water.
The home’s north-facing position offers panoramic views of Adams Basin, Girung Island and the Surfers Paradise skyline.
Mr Wardale, who is marketing the property with Kollosche director Michael Kollosche, said the position was one of the home’s best features.
“The position is the key to it,” he said.
“On the Isle of Capri, there’s always a shortage of quality homes in key locations.”
The main bedroom on the second floor is a standout feature of the home.
It takes up most of the level with a balcony, ensuite, two walk-in wardrobes and access to the second bedroom’s ensuite.
Mr Wardale said the second bedroom could be used as an office.
“The second floor was designed to be a complete parents’ retreat,” he said.
“The design is very clever.”
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It was for this reason Mr Wardale said the home would best suit a “power couple”.
“The home was designed with an executive couple in mind,” he said.
It also has two bedrooms on the ground floor, a CBUS home automation system and keyless entry.
Mr Wardale said its proximity to Capri on Via Roma, a popular shopping and dining precinct in the prestige locale of Surfers Paradise, made it particularly appealing to house hunters.
“Now the shopping centre offers a real village lifestyle and buyers are definitely drawn to the Isle of Capri because of Via Roma,” he said.
The property is listed with a $4.995 million price tag.