The Monaco St mega mansion is listed for $7.995 million.
LOOKING for the perfect Christmas gift?
A Broadbeach Waters mega mansion is slightly more affordable after having its price slashed by almost $2 million just in time for the festive season.
The waterfront property on Monaco St is on the market for $7.995 million — $1.755 million less than it was listed for last month.
The house is on a 1897sq m block and has six bedrooms, including a separate attached apartment, and seven bathrooms spread across two floors.
It has multiple indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, including a grassed area at the heart of the house.
The property is the epitome of opulence.
It has a seemingly endless list of luxury features as well as quirky characteristics, including detailed wallpaper and a waterslide, that set it apart from many prestige properties.
With lavish chandeliers, walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and modern fixtures and fittings, it is the epitome of opulence.
It has a media room, home office, games room and gym.
There are multiple indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, including a grassed area at the heart of the house surrounded by glass bi-fold doors.
The rear outdoor entertainment area, which overlooks the Nerang River, is divided in two by a shallow pool.
The waterslide will be the selling point for the kids.
Water from the shallow pool cascades into the fully-tiled infinity edge pool, which has a water slide.
There are also grassed areas, a spa and steam room.
Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agents Matt Gates and Sherry Smith are marketing the property.