Shaun O’Hare, brother of Australian mannequin and actress Sarah Murdoch, is promoting considered one of two luxurious villas he owns in Port Douglas’s Sheraton Mirage Resort.
Mr O’Hare is the founding father of Eutility, a global power and telecoms administration firm, and was just lately engaged to Lucy Ellem, an entertainer, who goes by the identify “Lulu Belle”.
Port Douglas has been an everyday vacation vacation spot for the household, who’re primarily based in Sydney. Mr O’Hare was staying at his Port Douglas villa when COVID-19 hit in February, scuppering plans to go to Europe for a number of months.
Confronted with the selection of returning instantly to his Sydney dwelling or staying in Port Douglas, he selected to remain put.
With time on his arms he determined to purchase and renovate one other of the resort’s villas, Mirage Villa 422, which is now available on the market for $1.25 million via Barbara Wolveridge of Sotheby’s Worldwide.
Designed by Island Level Inside, no expense was spared within the renovation of the villa, chosen by Mr O’Hare for its sundown views and proximity to 4-Mile Seaside and the resort’s services.
“Until we’re going into Port Douglas for dinner or coaching at Conan’s Elite 818 health club, Lucy and I get across the resort on bicycles or by strolling. Residing right here is very easy,” Mr O’Hare stated.
On the bottom flooring, indoor and outside residing areas join with a luxurious kitchen, which leads via to a double-story lobby and king bed room with an adjoining lavatory and a hid laundry.
Upstairs, the master suite with a non-public ensuite and walk-in-robe has a balcony overlooking tropical gardens and the fourth fairway of the resort’s golf course. There may be additionally an additional residing house and residential workplace, with a loft-style third bed room on a mezzanine flooring.
Mr O’Hare stated: “With the entrance courtyard door open and the patio sliding-glass doorways resulting in the golf course and the brand new rainforest walkway you possibly can hear tropical hen noises and really feel the cool sea breezes as you enter into the reclusive entrance door setting.”