Nestled on the 22nd floor of Aria Apartments, this half-floor sub-penthouse delivers the best of both worlds: the heart of vibrant Broadbeach with its beaches, shops, cafes, entertainment, public transport and Star Casino, and the comfort of the spacious sky-home with bird’s eye views. It is also only a five minute drive from Surfers Paradise and approximately 20 minutes from the Coolangatta Airport.

This apartment is infused with space, sophistication, and soul. It is showcased by spectacular views which encompass the Pacific Ocean, Main River, the Gold Coast hinterland, and coastline.  Floor to ceiling windows make the apartment open and airy, with natural light cascading through the wide halls, spacious lounge room, elegant bedrooms and the supersized study. It also boasts flawless fixtures and finishes including engineered oak, wide plank timber flooring, and sleek satin 2-pac joinery.

Consisting of three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms; the supersized master suite has a sitting area, deluxe en-suite with a walk-in shower, and a substantial walk-in wardrobe. The main bathroom is adorned with full-height Calacutta gold honed tiling and a freestanding bath. The gourmet kitchen is accented by acclaimed appliances and a soothing, neutral palette. It is also fitted with dual ovens and a convection microwave, bar fridge, two integrated dish-drawers, plus high-quality Caesarstone island, benches and splashback.

The sprawling living and entertaining area gives’ the owner the option to gather their guests around the generously sized Caesarstone island bench, the dining room which is framed by a full height picture window and endless ocean vistas, or the all-weather terrace; which  is protected from the elements and integrates with the lounge room via retractable doors. Living in the Aria building has other advantages, residents have access to state-of-the-art facilities including a luxury 12 seat private cinema, function room, gymnasium, sauna, steam bath, herb garden, outdoor heated pool and spa plus a barbecue area.

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