Queensland architect Chris Beckingham’s island masterpiece hits the market
An island masterpiece built by the man behind one of the world’s most luxurious resorts has hit the market with a multimillion-dollar price tag.
It’s the only home on Queensland’s famous Hamilton Island, with direct access to Pebble Beach.
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The three-bedroom property is one of the original homes on Melaleuca Drive, designed by Queensland architect Chris Beckingham, the man behind world-renowned Qualia.
Located at 10 Melaleuca Drive, the home is expected to sell for more than $4 million and has been used as a private residence and holiday rental.
Hamilton Island Real Estate agent Liam Kearney said the owners were selling due to a change of circumstances.
“They don’t get up here as much as they used to,” Mr Kearney said.
The home has carved timber doors at the main entrance and the open-plan layout would suit a buyer who enjoys an indoor-outdoor Balinese-style of living, Mr Kearney said.
“It’s an original piece on the island, it’s beautifully done.”
“There’s nothing compared to it — it’s a standout.”
He said the eastern view lines provided one of the world’s best sunrise views.
The property is on a 2365sq m block, with complete privacy.
Mr Kearney said he had buyer interest from Sydney and Melbourne.
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