You’ll instantly feel at home in this renovated house, which has Currumbin Creek lapping at its edge.
The property was flipped by owners David and Megan Brodhurst-Hill, who wanted a coastal Hamptons-style home.
Their builder friend did the makeover, including the award-winning kitchen, which is Ms Brodhurst-Hill’s favourite spot.
The house features exposed rafter ceilings, timber flooring and a farmhouse-style kitchen at the heart of the open-plan main living area.
The cooking zone is equipped with a butler’s pantry, a spacious island bench that double as a breakfast bar, stone benchtops, a ceramic sink and copper pendant lighting.
The family of four, plus their three Australian Shepherd dogs, have also loved the waterfront location.
“One of our favourite things about being on the creek is having our own private beach,” Ms Brodhurst-Hill said.
“We often get in our tinnie and go down to the Alley for a surf. You don’t have to worry about parking when you do that.”
The main bedroom offers water vistas and an ensuite while the three other bedrooms share a stylish main bathroom, which features designer tiles, a floating vanity and a freestanding bathtub.
Other highlights of the home are a large, covered outdoor entertainment area with limestone pavers and an in-ground pool.
“We hope whoever moves in here will love it like we do,” Ms Brodhurst-Hill said.
“She has a beautiful soul our house, everyone just loves it.”
The Brodhurst-Hills – including their daughter Morgan, 20, and son Carter, 17 – have lived at the property for four-and-a-half years and are moving to a new home nearby.
The four-bedroom house at 98 Cyclades Cres is being offered via Rhys Wildermoth of First National Real Estate.