This 44 Square dual level penthouse has 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, two Living areas (each with a full kitchen) and Laundries on both levels.
The lower North facing level has views from the Glasshouse Mountains, across Moreton Bay, and around to North Stradbroke and Peel Islands. Extra wide stacker sliding doors open on to a large covered Patio.
A large Hampton style Kitchen with extra wide breakfast bar is finished in 2 pac, and is complimented with full Butler’s pantry (with an extra sink). Extra draws, stone sink, waterfall benchtops, and soft close cabinetry are included. The extra wide Smeg induction cooktop has a concealed rangehood, and the matching Smeg oven is coupled with an integrated microwave/convection oven.
Both Kitchens have dual draw dishwashers, garbage disposals, and feature lighting and tapware. There is an oversize Laundry on the lower level, and another auxiliary Laundry upstairs, both with clothes dryers included.
Two large lower Bedrooms have direct balcony access. The spacious master will easily accommodate a king size ensemble, and the Ensuite has dual vanities, a double shower, and a separate WC. A large freestanding bath and walk in shower feature in the 2nd Bathroom.
There is a joinery enclosed gas fireplace in the Family room, with premium dark oak timber flooring throughout.
There is a central void (for future lift provision) and feature staircase with skylights and chandeliers leading to the upper level.
The upper level is south facing which completes the 360 degree outlook, as well as providing for all weather outdoor entertaining options. Raked ceilings to 3 metres create an even bigger feel of space. Two more large Bedrooms (including another master with stunning water views) both have adjoining Ensuites.
A second Kitchen and Laundry on the upper level provide the dual living options or alternatively a wet bar option. There are two large Balconies with views across to Macleay, Stradbroke, and Coochiemudlo Islands. The vistas from the 6 person spa pool look out over the Toondah ferry complex, and continue 180 degrees into the Mt Cotton hinterland.