Stunning views like no other
The breathtaking views of the river and Coomera Island are what make this Paradise Point home so special
IMAGINE waking up to uninterrupted views of the river and a lush green island every day.
Wide water vistas and Coomera Island offer a picturesque backdrop for this Paradise Point home.
Floor to ceiling windows and a large balcony and patio means the breathtaking views can be admired from almost every room in the house.
Marketing agent Nicholas Mostyn, of Prestige Property Agents, said it was one of the features that owners Nick and Sally Phelan loved most about the home.
“It’s the size, the aspect and the position,” he said.
Mr Mostyn said it was rare to find a north facing home with Coomera Island right on its doorstep.
“It really truly is what I would call a blue chip site,” he said.
“There are plenty of amazing homes on the Gold Coast ... but none of them have that view.
“Even on Sovereign (Islands), it can’t be replicated.”
Mr Mostyn said the renovated fourbedroom, three-bathroom home matched its stunning views.
He described it as classic and Hamptons style hybrid with an array of modern features that give it a sense of opulence.
“It’s been in the family for about a decade but (the Phelans) have done some really amazing renovations on it recently,” he said.
“They’ve taken a 20-year-old home and made it modern and stylish.”
An open lounge, living and dining room flows onto an outdoor entertainment area through bi-fold doors, where there is a pool house with barbecue and bathroom as well as a pool and spa.
The ground floor also has a media room and bedroom with ensuite.
Upstairs, the master bedroom with huge ensuite and walk-in wardrobe has arguably the best views.
Admire them from the comfort of your bed or step out onto the balcony and make the most of the coastal breezes.
There are two more bedrooms upstairs, one of which shares balcony access with the master suite.
A third level loft is set up as a gym but could also be used as an office, study, fifth bedroom or studio.
Mr Mostyn said a number of house hunters keen to snap up property on the street had inspected the home.
“Some people have bought in that section of Paradise Point in the late 1970s and never left,” he said. “It’s a tight pocket. “There’s only 10 or 15 homes that have the same aspect of that.”
He said the home would hold its value for years to come because of its position and the recent renovation.