LIKENED to something out of Dubai, this palatial residence is a dream home for someone with champagne tastes. A swimming pool and spa with Versace-style mosaic tiles, marble floors and an elevator are examples of the plush interior while a glimpse of the floorplan reveals a design that is as practical as it is luxurious.
It’s size of 660sq m alone should give homebuyers an insight into its grand scale potential.
Agent Kay Morris says the attention to detail with the modern box beam ceilings, the beautiful handmade, wrought-iron balustrading . . . it is just gorgeous.
‘‘It’s absolutely opulent, it’s like something from Dubai,’’ she says.
Upon entrance to the home the large living and dining area is on the right.
Here the new owners can impress their guests as they enjoy formal entertaining, or a brandy night cap before bed.
The master is also on this floor and is near the front of the home with an ensuite, spa and built-in wardrobes.
At the rear of the ground floor is the informal, open-plan living area which takes in the quality kitchen, meals and family room and flows on to the rumpus room. Ms Morris says this area will be where most of the entertaining takes place.
The kitchen features floor-toceiling windows and overlooks the stylish lap pool.
The upper floor is where the other three bedrooms are, including one with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.
The other two bedrooms also have walk-in wardrobes and bedroom four also has access to a rearfacing balcony that overlooks the tennis court.
This balcony can also be accessed via the large theatre room and gives the kids a retreat to call their own.
A front-facing balcony can be opened by all as it runs off the landing.
Wine connoisseurs will appreciate the wine cellar which can be accessed either by ladder or elevator.
While the home is extravagant in design, the new owners won’t have to worry about an equally as extravagant upkeep.
‘‘One of the unbelievable things about this property is that you have a huge home but it’s very low maintenance,’’ Ms Morris says.