Ultimate Gold Coast trophy home with waterfront helipad to head under the hammer
BE spoiled for choice when it comes to what vessel you’ll use to arrive at this grand waterfront mega-mansion.
Be it car, boat or helicopter, the Paradise Waters residence can accommodate them all.
One of its opulent features is a waterfront helipad, the only Gold Coast house to have one.
But there are many more lavish inclusions that will take your breath away.
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Buyers seeking a trophy home will relish at the high-end finishes, custom refinements and grand scale.
It will be difficult to find another property that can match the luxury on offer at this sprawling mansion.
Owners Nerolie and Robert Rye are regretfully selling the house, which was a project of love and envisaged as their forever family home, due to ill health.
Ray White Prestige agent Robert Graham, who is marketing the opulent offering, said everything about the property was grand in proportion, including the money the Rye family spent building it.
“It’s a one off and was built for the family as a forever home,” he said.
“Unfortunately through a change of circumstances the property now needs to be sold. The property will be perfect for someone who expects, understands and appreciates quality.”
Mr Graham said the house was built less than two years ago and included a range of features that set it apart from other mega-mansions on the Coast.
“The helipad is a standout feature and is the only approved waterfront helicopter landing pad on the entire Gold Coast,” he said.
“Plus, the pillar-less basement garage — the owners spent a huge amount of money having no posts in the basement so when you drive in it’s completely open.
“The home is unlike anything else.”
Created by renowned designer Jared Poole, the property sits on 30m of river frontage and has multiple living areas, both indoors and out, that take advantage of the spectacular panorama. Entertaining can be enjoyed from numerous zones, whether it be on the waterfront terrace, one of two covered alfresco areas, poolside or in the sports bar.
The basement level of the three-storey abode offers a seven-car garage, workshop and a waterside bar.
The main living areas are zoned on the ground floor including an office, library, home theatre and open-plan living, dining and kitchen area.
The gourmet kitchen features double island benches, integrated Sub-Zero refrigeration, Wolf appliances, a butlers pantry and servery window to the outdoor terrace.
The five bedrooms occupy the top level, each with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, the main offering a waterfront balcony. There’s also a playroom and guest quarters on this floor.
The five-bedroom mansion is set to head under the hammer on October 24 through Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige.