Resort-style luxury living doesn’t come much grander than this four-bedroom beachfront home.
Overlooking the Marino Esplanade, the two-level property offers the very best of contemporary style, while the sparkling infinity pool, outdoor entertaining area and sweeping views of the coastline will help make every day seem like a holiday.
More impressively, the property, at 1A Shaftesbury Tce, which has been listed with a price guide of $2.4 million to $2.6 million, will set a new residential sales record when it sells.
The current record holder is a four-bedroom home at 15 Shaftesbury Tce, Marino, which last sold for $1.9 million in 2018, according to CoreLogic.
Selling agent Cynthia Sajkunovic of Ouwens Casserly Real Estate said the property was undoubtedly in a class of its own.
“We had people at inspections who just said ‘wow’ as they walked through the home,” she said.
“They said it was better than some of the coastal homes prices in the $3 million. They couldn’t believe how much value you get for your money.”
Ms Sajkunovic said the property had attracted a mixed-bag of buyers, including one buyer from interstate.
“I had a call from one Sydney buyers, he probably wanted to make sure I had indeed put down the right price for the property,” she said.
“Interest has also come people in the eastern suburbs and also people who already live in coastal locations, but seeking something quite different. Something beautiful.”
The home is set on a 537sqm block, and is one of only two properties to share the no-through position at the end of Shaftesbury Tce.
The house itself impresses from entry, with an oversized Victorian Ash contemporary swing front door opening to 3.8m ceilings and a basalt stone floor-to-ceiling feature wall.
A central family room at the base of the stairs provides an ideal retreat and even has its own kitchenette, while the main chef’s kitchen – complete with butler’s pantry – is made for entertaining.
The wine buff will love the exceptionally well-designed wine storage in the centre of the lower level, with racks to accommodate approximately 600 bottles.
Marino is located 18km from Adelaide’s CBD and has a median house price of $720,000, according to CoreLogic.