This iconic Gold Coast estate sits on a sprawling 12148 square metre block and has only ever had one owner. Christened Manor House, no expense was spared when this traditional English abode was first built.
Designed by architect Roger Parkin, it features all the character and charm of its era. One stand out feature of this exquisite home is the third floor bell tower which offers panoramic, uninterrupted views of the Gold Coast skyline. The expansive country style kitchen provides ample room for entertaining whether it be a small intimate dinner party or a larger crowd. Multiple living and dining rooms offer hosts a number of delightful options when planning an event at Manor House. With nine spacious bedrooms and a self-contained guest wing this home is the epitome of modern riverfront luxury, and makes this house ideal for hosting numerous guests at once.
A private boat ramp accompanied by a shed make boat trips easy. One feature that sets this property apart is the heli-pad, and hangar. Perfectly positioned amongst ancient Everlasting Figs, towering Palms and Poinciana trees, it also sits on a 69 metre wide stretch of Main River. This home’s pool runs parallel to main river for 18 metres, and features two beautifully designed dolphin graphics on the floor.
As guests enter the property they drive through manicured grounds with lush gardens and a mix of mature trees before coming to the five car garage. This home boasts a central location, close to shops, cafes, the M1 and all necessary amenities, and only 10 minutes away from all the vibrant offerings of Broadbeach.
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