Soaring windows a standout feature of distinctive Gold Coast home
THE soaring conservatory windows that form a central feature of an unusual Southport home offer breathtaking views of surrounding bushland.
Coupled with high ceilings and louvre glass, the residence feels much larger than it is.
Marketing agent Jim Sherrah, of Lucy Cole Prestige Properties, said while it was central, it felt very private.
“You feel like you’re in the middle of a tropical paradise,” he said. “It’s just very light and bright but tucked away.”
The two-storey Egerton St residence has three bedrooms with a large office or rumpus room that could be converted into a fourth bedroom as well as three bathrooms, multiple living areas and an entertainment deck overlooking a resort-style pool and tropical garden. Among its other notable features are two fireplaces, a granite kitchen and ducted zoned airconditioning.
Property records show the house was built about 30 years ago but Mr Sherrah said it had been renovated so well it barely looked like it had aged.
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“It has been renovated back to how it looked when it was built,” he said. The central location was what Mr Sherrah said house hunters liked most.
“They love the location because it’s so close to TSS, it’s also walking distance to Ferry Rd Markets,” he said.
The property is on the market with a $1.395 million price tag.