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Palatial Gold Coast mansion is fit for royalty

first_imgThe foyer is breathtaking. There are plenty of spots to kick back and relax in this mansion. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served in the Florida room. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoWinter nights by the fire? Yes please!Owners Lance and Wendy Cotterill bought the 1524sq m property on Observation Cres almost four years ago after falling in love with its grand design and elegant style.“Everything about it ticked all the boxes,” Mr Cotterill said.“And we love the lifestyle there, it’s like another world at Sanctuary Cove.”But an almost $1 million renovation has transformed it into the palatial three-storey home with four bedrooms and six bathrooms that stands today.“It’s like a palace,” Mr Cotterill said.“It took three years to do it up.” It’s a dream home.center_img The picture perfect mansion at 5694 Observation Cres, Sanctuary Cove.IMAGINE living like royalty in a private palace without having to leave the Coast.It’s a dream that will cost at least $3.25 million to make a reality.This palatial Sanctuary Cove mansion with all the bells and whistles expected of a prestige property has hit the market. The lounge room’s built-in wetbar means you can top up your glass of wine without missing a second of your favourite TV show. Watch the boats go by over the homes on the riverfront side of the street.A circular driveway surrounded by manicured hedges, chandelier in the foyer and Italian porcelain tiles make it feel like a home fit for royalty.“The lounge is my favourite, it’s like a ballroom,” Mr Cotterill said.It has 10-foot ceilings, a brick fireplace with marble stone mantle, a built-in wetbar and surround sound.“It looks out through the Florida room over the pool to the water,” he said.It also has a spa, pool house with sauna and vegetable garden.The Cotterills were reluctant to sell it but said family reasons were forcing them to move.Mr Cotterill is an agent with North Estate Agents — Tweed Heads and is marketing the property with Nadine Denny.last_img read more