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