An opulent dwelling dripping in six star luxurious and designed by architect to royalty Bayden Goddard has hit the market with a $6.5m price ticket.
The beautiful property at 111 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters, is being marketed by brokers Michael Kollosche and Ryan Ward of Kollosche – Broadbeach as “luxurious and unrivalled six-star opulence”.
What makes a house worthy of six stars for luxurious?
This one drips with “lavish finishes” together with imported Carrara marble, extravagant chandeliers, bronzed, bevelled glass doorways, and fashionable must-haves like a raise to entry all three ranges of the house.
The whole lot appears to have been ramped up a notch on this stunning dwelling, with entertainers and cooks alike more likely to drool over the “gourmand one-of-a-kind kitchen and scullery”.
Mr Kollosche likened the texture of the kitchen to “a decadent lodge bar”, with smoky bronze mirror splashback and customized walnut veneer finishes. It has 4 wine fridges, an ice-maker, a walk-in pantry, Gaggenau home equipment and an built-in Liebherr fridge/freezer.
There’s marble in every single place from the powder rooms to the ensuites within the 4 outsized bedrooms to the alfresco space lining the pool and jetty space by the water.
The formal lounge has a 3.6m excessive ceiling whereas one other front room by the water is even larger at 4.1.m.
There’s even a personal retreat on the highest flooring which is made up completely as a main bedroom full with terrace, kitchenette and sitting room.
There’s an elevator to all three flooring, a wine cellar, two laundries, parking for 4 automobiles and full safety within the strong concrete dwelling.
The house is situated simply 2km from seashores and near elite colleges St Hilda’s and TSS.