A four-bedroom house located on the bank of Broadbeach Water’s bustling Nerang River has just been snapped up for $3.2 million!
The recently renovated coastal chic property has become the new home for a young family looking to put down roots on the Gold Coast after the previous owners followed business interests.
Savills agent Aydan Mullin says the dwelling was renovated from the ground up before the sale, with a focus on natural light and presentation.
“The previous owners are involved in interior design so a lot of the furnishing was their own inspiration brought in from Bali and around the world,” he says.
“It’s sort of a coastal chic style, and all immaculately presented.”
It makes an impression even before you get inside, thanks to the impressively large glass and metal pivot front door.
At 817sqm there’s plenty of room for a young family to grow, with two floors offering up multiple living areas, open plan flooring, and always a view of the river.
Stylish black fittings accent the farmhouse oak flooring and crisp white walls throughout the abode, with expansive decking outside and a sun terrace on the second floor.
“One of the best things is its north-facing on the main river, so everywhere in the house you have skyline views,” Aydan says.
“Those views were one of the biggest selling points, sitting there you can’t help but think about having a party and that skyline in the background.”
Enjoy the outdoors lounging by the pool under the pavilion, or get in the middle of things by taking your own craft down the attached boat ramp and go for a sail! Disembarking couldn’t be easier, just step onto your own private pontoon, and store the life jackets in the nearby boatshed.
You feel connected to the water even inside because folding concertina glass doors in the main living room open out to give you back an unobscured view of the river.
Coastal chic is definitely the way to describe such a stylish house so close to the water.
155 Monaco Street Broadbeach Waters, Qld 4218
0412 490 406
0405 469 736
Savills Gold Coast