A property with priceless artefacts sourced from around the globe includes fossils under foot.
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom home at 64 Cabana Boulevard in Benowa Waters on the Gold Coast, has hit the market and features “fossil-infused” limestone floors.
Fossils are the remains of a prehistoric plant or animal that are preserved in rock.
Scheduled to go to auction on January 27, the property is described as a “resort-style oasis” and “soothing sanctuary” that’s been influenced by South East Asian design.
64 Cabana Boulevard, Benowa Waters, Queensland
Listed by Kollosche, the unique home contains rare natural materials over two levels.
Not only are “fossil-infused” limestone floors a standout design element, the abode also features laser pebble stones, Kwila timber and Surian Cedar-lined walls and ceilings.
The buyer will no doubt want to invite friends over with the property boasting an open-air lap pool as a show-stopping centrepiece, set amongst a number of gazebos.
There’s also a swim-up champagne bar, a teppanyaki barbecue, sauna and steam room, cinema room and 240-bottle wine tasting room.
The master bedroom is a true inner sanctuary with incredible river and hinterland views.
Also on offer is the furniture, with an approved list of items for sale available from the agent. Key pieces shown in the listing include leather lounges, Asian-inspired statues, leather bar stools, bespoke glass and timber coffee tables, as well as cowhide décor.
Benowa Waters is a suburb of the Gold Coast, located just 3km west of Surfers Paradise. It’s known for its canals and proximity to the Nerang River.
Government legislation prohibits agents from giving a price guide to potential buyers for properties that are going to auction in Queensland.
Pricefinder records reveal the property last sold for just over $1 million in 2002.
Four other properties for sale in Benowa Waters, Queensland
14 Glenbrook Avenue
6 Barbara Way
48 Sir Bruce Small Boulevard
128 Sir Bruce Small Boulevard
Article source: www.nine.com.au