New family set to call this Broadbeach Waters property home

A Broadbeach Waters home described as a “family oasis” will go under the hammer this weekend.

The property, at 23 Park Ave, is being offered to the market through Amir Prestige Group’s Joshua Soineva.

The single-level waterfront home blends luxury, style and functionality.

There is a boat ramp and sandy beach.

Property records reveal the vendors bought the 888 sqm north-facing property in 2013 before enlisting well-known Gold Coast designer Jayson Pate to come up with their dream home.

Mr Soineva said the end result, built in 2016, was designed to maximise floorspace with an open-plan layout overlooking the pool and waterfront.

The kitchen also features water views.

The house includes five bedrooms, a media room, home office, butler’s pantry while outside there is almost 20m of water frontage along with a boat ramp and sandy beach.

“Most of the feedback we have had is from young families,” he said.

“It’s just a timeless design and very low-maintenance.

“Once you enter through the gates and you open up the solid wood double front doors, it’s very open with the living, dining and kitchen looking out to the water.

An aerial view of the property.

The main bedroom includes a day-spa style ensuite and walk-in robe while the kitchen has European appliances, breakfast bar and integrated dishwasher.

Other standout features include 2.7m ceilings, French doors and a linen room.

Mr Soineva said he had interest in the property from Sydney, Canberra and the Gold Coast.

“We are looking forward to hopefully getting a good result for the owners on Saturday and having a nice family move in,” he said

PropTrack data reveals the median house price in Broadbeach Waters is $2 million.

The suburb has recorded rapid growth over the years, up 2.3 per cent over three months, 3.1 per cent over 12 months, and 65.3 per cent over three years.

23 Park Ave goes under the hammer on September 23 at 11am.

Article source: Queensland Property Investor

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