So­phis­ti­ca­tion and lo­ca­tion com­bine

Mod­ern, min­i­mal­ist and open plan with lots of light — that was the brief the ven­dors of this near-new de­signer res­i­dence wanted, and it was de­liv­ered

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ANNA RAWLINGS

ITS sleek mono­tone fin­ishes and re­sort­style de­sign is ev­i­dent but the prop­erty is best de­scribed by ven­dors An­drew and Natalie Ni­chols.

“It has a lit­tle bit of an art gallery feel and just a slight in­dus­trial vibe,” said Mrs Ni­chols.

“We re­ally like the vaulted ceil­ings in the liv­ing area and the flow from the in­door to the out­doors, the liv­ing room opens out to the back­yard.”

The Ni­chols had the prop­erty built on the large block about three years ago, drawn to the area by its pri­vacy.

“There was also space for what we wanted, which was a big house, big pool and grassed set­ting,” Mrs Ni­chols said.

The res­i­dence’s fea­tures in­clude a me­dia room, a study area, Ital­ian porce­lain tiles, treated tim­ber fram­ing, stun­ning pool set­ting com­plete with wa­ter­fall wall and day bed hut, as well as land­scaped trop­i­cal gar­dens.

The prop­erty over­looks Salt­wa­ter Creek and is in the pres­ti­gious Penin­sula Es­tate with ac­cess to its recre­ation cen­tre, video se­cu­rity and gar­dens, close to Sanc­tu­ary Cove and Hope Is­land Mari­nas.

“It’s a re­ally good es­tate in terms of fa­cil­i­ties, it’s an awe­some neigh­bour­hood,” Mrs Ni­chols said.

The cou­ple have listed the home to move closer to fam­ily in Burleigh Heads af­ter their two chil­dren moved out.

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