Savills | 155 Monaco St, BROADBEACH WATERS QLD | Properties for sale
817 sq m
Price on application


    Key features

    • Stylish/relaxed coastal living
    • North facing
    • Main River with skyline views

    Fully Renovated North Facing Main River

    About this property

    • Embrace the stylish and relaxed coastal living in this recently completely renovated residence located on one of the Gold Coasts most exclusive addresses.

      North facing on a wide section of Main River the home enjoys skyline views and is designed to take advantage of the natural sunlight. This contemporary home is set over two levels and has been meticulously designed and presented to maximise an open plan living experience. Perhaps the most practical, thoughtful, and stylish renovated home currently on the market.

      Standout features include:

      - Multiple indoor and outdoor living area, seamlessly flowing from inside to out

      - Chefs gourmet kitchen with butler's pantry and gas cook-top

      - Expansive riverside black-butt timber entertainment deck boasting stunning views

      - Over-sized upper deck/balcony flowing from the upstairs living area and main guest bedroom

      - Fully decked in-ground tiled pool, overlooking the Nerang River

      - The master suite features a sophisticated ensuite, walk-in robe and private balcony

      - Three additional bedrooms, all feature walk-in wardrobes

      - Beautifully renovated main bathroom

      - Farmhouse oak flooring throughout

      - Ducted air-conditioning

      - Extraordinary storage space throughout

      - Boat shed plus floating pontoon

      - 817sqm block with 19 meters of waterfront

      - Manicured front and rear lawns, perfect for children and pets to play

      - Two driveway entries, one drive though boat ramp access

      - Stylish black door hardware and fittings

      - Custom-made large-scale pivot front door

      Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars, no warranty is given by the vendor or the agent as to their accuracy. Interested parties should not rely on these particulars as representations of fact but must instead satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.