Positioned on the peak of Burleigh Hill, this architectural masterpiece encapsulates and enhances every aspect of stylish coastal living.

This spacious, three-tiered home mimics the natural features of Burleigh Hill, fully embracing the idyllic coastal lifestyle of the region.

Designed by renowned architect Paul Uhlmann, it is known as the “floating house”, for the way it seems to hover over the landscape.

Its elevation boasts 200 degree views of the city and the ocean, and the home takes full advantage of its prime location.

The master bedroom, bathroom, and main living spaces open up with expansive glass doors, flooding the spaces with natural light.

Outdoor living is encouraged by an expansive, yet secluded wooden deck, flowing seamlessly from the kitchen. An open fire pit and outdoor kitchen set the space up as an ideal entertaining area, allowing guests to watch the sun set over the Gold Coast skyline. A secluded pool area is the hidden gem of the house.

Blackbutt timber finishes throughout connect the indoors and the outdoors, and add a touch of traditional comfort to this modern, stylish home. The gourmet, open-plan kitchen boasts Miele appliances and a smoked mirror splashback.

The master bedroom expands over the top tier of the house, with soaring ceilings and a deluxe en suite. A luxurious outdoor bath is also hidden on the top tier deck.

Outside the home are the low-maintenance, yet well-designed gardens, and sandstone steps leading to East Street.

Only a short drive away is the hub of Burleigh, with its vibrant culture, cafes and boutique bars. The hilltop location and masterful design makes the house feel like it is in a world of its own, even though it is located in close proximity to schools, shops and other amenities.

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