Gold Coast Penthouse hits market for the first time since it was built

Gold Coast Penthouse hits market for the first time since it was built

A glamorous trophy home with a spectacular rooftop pool and bird’s eye view of the Gold Coast has hit the market with an asking price of more than $5 million.

The luxurious four-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse in the Oracle at Broadbeach is owned by an overseas couple, who rarely get to use it because of their work commitments.

The 567sq m residence takes up the entire northern side of levels 40 and 41 in Oracle tower two.

It is the first time the property has been on the market since it was built eight years ago.

“The property has become surplus to the owners’ needs and they are highly motivated to sell during the summer selling season here,” agent Tolemy Stevens, of Harcourts Coastal, said.

“It’s definitely the jewel and crown of Broadbeach. People often think of the Oracle when they think of Broadbeach.”

The property has its own private lift, a rooftop heated pool, home cinema, wraparound balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer 240 degree views of the Coast.

“You feel like you’re on top of the Gold Coast,” Mr Stevens said.

“The panoramic views are quite jaw-dropping.”

It is currently tenanted for $3000 a week.

The 1117sq m penthouse in tower one sold for $8 million in 2015 – it is on levels 50 and 51.

 

 

Source: realestate.com.au