A new home is built to live in, or built to sell. Most new homes that come onto the market have been built to sell, which means inevitable tradeoffs between what is attractive and desirable, and what is cost effective. You don’t put a $1000 shower-rail into a house if you’re hoping for a quick profit! That is what makes this home such a unique buying opportunity. Stripped back to it’s brick and hardwood frame and reimagined and rebuilt from the ground up, this home was built by the owner as a forever home, and no expense was spared.
Crossing the threshold of the hardwood front door, you will be entranced first by the wall of glass that draws you out across your private pontoon and across the widest water in Broadbeach Waters. Bringing you back into the room the dramatic recessed ceiling creates light, space and warmth, and cleverly defines the living room in this expansive space.
The blackbutt timber arch that frames the kitchen space speaks to tradition and nurture, creating a focal point for the room and a spiritual touchstone.
What I love most about the kitchen is the space. More than anything else, this signifies a home designed from the heart, a home designed with a family in mind, with people crowding into the kitchen to help, to hinder, have laughter and love.
The attention to detail extends into the Master suite, sharing that gorgeous view across the elegant pool to the water. But it is the ensuite retreat that redefines luxury and says, “you deserve this”
It is rare to see a new home so lovingly crafted, design this thoughtful, craftsmanship this elegant. A home crafted with style and art, with so much invested in every fixture. Even the light switches are an expression of beauty. Built with love, and a real desire for perfection, this home presents a genuine opportunity. Unfortunately, the owner can’t stay to enjoy his creation. You can, but you must be quick! A new home, on the water in Broadbeach Waters? There is simply nothing else like it.