Hy­brid de­sign de­liv­ers the goods

This Gold Coast du­plex’s unusual de­sign blends Queens­lan­der, Hamp­tons and coastal to cre­ate two lux­u­ri­ous res­i­dences

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS JES­SICA BROWN

IF there was ever a hy­brid house, this would be it.

The Ferny Fair­way du­plex blends Queens­lan­der, Hamp­tons and coastal de­signs to cre­ate a fresh and mod­ern style.

Mar­ket­ing agent Josh Wil­latt, of Ray White Robina, de­scribed it as “the per­fect com­ple­ment to an en­vi­able Burleigh Heads lifestyle”.

Both res­i­dences have three be­d­rooms, two liv­ing ar­eas, two bath­rooms plus a pow­der room, high ceil­ings, north fac­ing rear yards and pools.

“They’re ex­actly the same as each other, they’re mir­ror re­versed,” Mr Wil­latt said.

Their only dif­fer­ence is the roofline at the front of the house.

They have lux­ury fixtures and fit­tings as well as an ar­ray of char­ac­ter fea­tures, in­clud­ing VJ-style walls, match­ing cab­i­netry in the kitchen, bath­rooms and study nook as well as lou­vre win­dows.

Its prox­im­ity to the beach and lo­cal hot spots, in­clud­ing Pad­dock Bak­ery and Burleigh So­cial, was one of the best parts about the prop­erty ac­cord­ing to Mr Wil­latt. “The lo­ca­tion is a big plus,” he said. He said it was rare to come across prop­er­ties like these in the area, which was pop­u­lated by tra­di­tional houses or

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