Absolute beachfront luxury

Step out of your private lift and immediately soak in the sparkling blue ocean and stunning sandy beach.

That is what’s on offer at this exclusive seventh-floor apartment in the luxury boutique tower Platinum on the Beach at Surfers Paradise, says Queensland Sothebys International Realty senior sales executive Kim Sharpe.

“It’s absolute beachfront and that’s incredibly rare. You can literally walk out of the foyer and you’re on the beach,” Mr Sharpe said.

The whole-of-floor apartment also enjoys uninterrupted views stretching to the north towards Main Beach, east to the expansive ocean and south down the coast and out to the Hinterland.

“Platinum on the Beach, which is strictly residential only, was built by the Raptis Group to a very high standard and only three or four owners live there full-time making it very private and very exclusive,” he said.

“There’s views from every room – including the bathrooms. And the balconies are very generous with plenty of room for entertaining. It can be quite rare to get such a wide balcony in apartment buildings.”

Stylish high-gloss timber, stainless steel and polished Italian marble flow throughout the three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment.

The kitchen features granite benchtops and Gaggenau appliances. It adjoins the family room where white plantation shutters create a laid-back beach feel while controlling sunlight and sea breezes. 

Floor-to-ceiling windows take in the beach scene from every room and stretch all the way to the Queensland-NSW border. 

Views from the glamorous beachfront master suite sweep from the ocean to the city and west to the Hinterland.  Here is also an opulent his and hers dressing room and an ensuite with a luxurious spa bath.

The family or guest wing comprises two queen-sized bedrooms which share a bathroom sparkling with Carrara marble.

The apartment has three car spaces plus additional large storage, and is a short stroll to the centre of Surfers Paradise and its international shopping, dining and entertainment. 

The property is on the market for offers over $2.55 million and Mr Sharpe said would appeal to high-end buyers looking for their own slice of paradise.

“We expect buyers could come from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or maybe New Zealand although as it will be featured on the Sotheby’s International website realistically the buyer could come from anywhere,” he said.

“We get a lot of enquiry from ex-pats working in places like the Middle East, London or Hong Kong looking to take a position in the market ahead of their return to Australia.”

Posted on Saturday, 20 January 2018
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