This commanding home on Noosa’s prestigious waterfront location The Anchorage, is a timeless masterpiece and one of the most extraordinary homes to be built in Queensland, where attention has been given to every detail and decision.

The home can sleep up to 32 guests, with a host of exceptional features including: onsite caretaker quarters, maid’s quarters, a 25-metre pool, championship tennis court, two jetties, grand master bedroom and family wing, nightclub, media room, steam room, 4-car garage, and a guest wing with eight bedrooms. The family wing includes the extraordinary master suite which encompasses his bathroom and walk in robe, as well as her bathroom and walk in robe, with the oversized children’s bedrooms located behind.

While the house is expansive and grand in its scale, its design brilliance lies in the home’s very human composition within this extraordinary scale. The home is designed as a series of smaller areas, flowing together seamlessly to create a coherent and spectacular space, just as comfortable for two guests as it is 200.

From the street, it has a formal, commanding, and private compound-style feel with double elevation on street side. The dichotomy of the property is while it has this fortress-like exterior, when you open the door you look straight through this enormous double story void, over a palatial living space, out to the outdoor entertaining area and wet-edge pool. This draws you in through the property to wide north facing body of water. It is a home that rivals some of the great 6-star resorts around the world. When guests stay in their suites, they can relish in their own private sanctuary, with their own personal library and cooking area. Architect Shane Thompson designed this house with a tennis court, gym, Aussie BBQ area, a Teppanyaki grill and a breakfast area all to be enjoyed by family and friends.

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