Luxury villas up for sale

Luxury villas up for sale

04 February 2011 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Proving that the luxury property market is still alive and well, two properties located at the Gold Coast’s most exclusive address will go under the hammer later this month.

The two luxury Albatross Avenue villas, built by Vitto Ulliana Constructions in late 2009,  are expected to well and truly eclipse the million dollar mark when sold.

Custom designed by MSP Architects Sydney to accommodate the absolute beachfront location and provide an integrated relationship with the outdoors, Villa 1 has a ground floor living area stretching across the 13.8 metre beachfront with private lap pool, sauna and a 151 sq metre landscaped garden spilling to the beach.

Villa 2 has a second level living area spanning the 13.8 metre beachfront plus a roof terrace, with pool and spa capturing the beach, coastal and hinterland views.

“It is a rare opportunity to have an 863 sq metre land area with 13.8 metre beach frontage located at one of Australia’s most sought after addresses,” Coldwell Banker Carter Real Estate’s Carol Carte said.

Ms Carter, who is responsible for marketing the two properties, said the wider beach frontage just simply isn’t available very often on this stretch of beach.

Complementing the contemporary and clean design scheme is beige travertine marble and rich dark timber floors, custom made cabinetry with accents of  lacquered veneer, Brandy Santos timber and  chocolate Emperador marble, noted for its tones of ivory and beige.

Each villa comprises 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms plus powder room, theatre, office and gymnasium.

The master bedroom suite is finished with a free standing designer bath.  Vast open plan living and dining areas feature a designer kitchen with top of the range appliances.

 

Staff Reporter

Proving that the luxury property market is still alive and well, two properties located at the Gold Coast’s most exclusive address will go under the hammer later this month.

The two luxury Albatross Avenue villas, built by Vitto Ulliana Constructions in late 2009,  are expected to well and truly eclipse the million dollar mark when sold.

Custom designed by MSP Architects Sydney to accommodate the absolute beachfront location and provide an integrated relationship with the outdoors, Villa 1 has a ground floor living area stretching across the 13.8 metre beachfront with private lap pool, sauna and a 151 sq metre landscaped garden spilling to the beach.

Villa 2 has a second level living area spanning the 13.8 metre beachfront plus a roof terrace, with pool and spa capturing the beach, coastal and hinterland views.

“It is a rare opportunity to have an 863 sq metre land area with 13.8 metre beach frontage located at one of Australia’s most sought after addresses,” Coldwell Banker Carter Real Estate’s Carol Carte said.

Ms Carter, who is responsible for marketing the two properties, said the wider beach frontage just simply isn’t available very often on this stretch of beach.

Complementing the contemporary and clean design scheme is beige travertine marble and rich dark timber floors, custom made cabinetry with accents of  lacquered veneer, Brandy Santos timber and  chocolate Emperador marble, noted for its tones of ivory and beige.

Each villa comprises 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms plus powder room, theatre, office and gymnasium.

The master bedroom suite is finished with a free standing designer bath.  Vast open plan living and dining areas feature a designer kitchen with top of the range appliances.

 

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