360 degrees of opulence

FOR a cool $4 million you could awake from your slumber each morning then take in spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean without lifting your head from the pillow.

It is a property that most could only dream about, but one lucky person will call this Bilinga penthouse home.

A lazy Sunday could see a relaxed barbecue with friends on the 129-square-metre limestone-tiled balcony that wraps around the building for views of the coast and hinterland.

Alternatively you could head to the ground floor, where there is an outdoor kitchen with granite benches, heated spa and lap pool.

Priced between $2 and $4 million, the penthouse is a bargain, according to McKinnon Realty principal Greg McKinnon.

“This is one of the most unique units I have ever come across; it is in a small, boutique building with only six other owners. There is nothing like this on the Gold Coast,” Mr McKinnon said.

“There are 360-degree views from Surfers Paradise to Coolangatta and you can see the planes taking off and landing, but are not in the flight path.

“In my 16 years in the industry I have never seen anything like this in Gold Coast area real estate,” Mr McKinnon said. “Individual styling, pure indulgence, there is nothing like it. It is a sensational penthouse.”

The owner purchased three entire floors of the eight-storey building for his impressive home, in which he has lived since 2004.

Mr McKinnon said the man bought off the plan back in 2002, and this is the first time any unit in the building has come up for sale since then.

“That tells you something about the quality of this building in general,” he said.

There is even a private security lift straight to the living area from the secured garage.



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