Gold Coast family home offers waterfront lifestyle

first_imgThere is plenty of space to entertain in this apartment.With 180-degree views of the Broadwater, the apartment is more like a house in size with an expansive open plan living, dining and entertaining terrace that overlooks the Broadwater. There are three bedrooms including the main with a stunning water vista, spa bath and walk-in wardrobe.While not an interior designer by trade, it’s obvious Mrs Sangster has a passion for design with stunning finishes throughout. “Over the years we have added to it bit by bit — I only just finished wallpapering the bedroom.”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North5 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe kitchen has plenty of bench space.Mrs Sangster said one of the highlights was the accessibility to the sandy beach.“My husband has a ski so he goes paddling most mornings. “You can pick it up and walk straight to the beach. “We’ve also got bikes so we can go straight out the front and there’s plenty of paths. It really opens up a nice lifestyle.” She said the pair hopes someone else will enjoy it as much as they have.“It’s perfect for anyone who wants to downsize from a house,” she said. Homeowner Debbie Sangster said she “only just finished wallpapering”.ON THE MARKET7107/323 BAYVIEW ST, HOLLYWELLAgent: Charmaine and Paul Ledgerwood, Ray White, Sovereign IslandsFeatures: Master ensuite with spa and walk-in wardrobe, remote blinds, Caesarstone benchtops and Miele appliances in kitchenArea size: 323sq mPrice: $1.695 millionInspections: Saturday and Sunday, 11-11.30am 7107/323 Bayview St, Hollywell — on the market at $1.695 million.WHEN Debbie and Michael Sangster walked into the Allisee Apartments display 10 years ago little did they know they would walk out owning an apartment. The Cairns-based couple said they were drawn to the waterfront location and high-end finishes of the development. The bathroom also has a designer feel.“I know we’ve enjoyed it and I hope someone else enjoys it as much as we have.”The pair said they were only selling to accommodate their boat.“We decided our ideal would be to have the boat where we are,” she said. “It was a big decision and it was a boating decision so we have bought at Sanctuary Cove where we can have the boat out the front.” The complex has lap pools, a sauna, steam room, tennis court, library, barbecue and gym. It is also a short stroll to schools, shopping centres and restaurants. What a view.“We walked in and I said ‘I could live here’,” Mrs Sangster said. “We bought it within an hour. Because we bought off the plan we were able to do quite a few variations before it was built.” The ground-floor residence has been a holiday home for the couple who tried to get down more than a dozen times a year. “It’s our getaway and it’s nice and relaxing,” Mrs Sangster said. “We would stay for a week or two every couple of months.” last_img

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