20 Neptune Court is on the market
THEY sell some of Queensland’s most luxurious properties and now they have put their own waterfront mansion on the market.
Paul and Deanne Arthur, the owners and directors of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty, have listed their Hamptons-style home in the exclusive Paradise Waters precinct on the Gold Coast for $4.85 million.
“Raising our boys in America for 10 years, we immediately fell in love with the sophistication of the Hamptons style of the home when we purchased,” Mrs Arthur told News Corp.
“It didn’t take long for us to appreciate the functional floor plan which allows for separate kid and adult areas while the open plan living areas bring the family together.
“I love the water view while cooking dinner and we have a constant flow of jetskis and boats pulling up in the backyard for weekend barbecues.”
The couple bought the sprawling, four level house on more than 20m of water frontage in 2014.
It has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a three-car garage.
On the ground floor is a guest suite and study/bedroom, a games lounge, open plan living, dining and kitchen, an outdoor dining area and an alfresco terrace.
The kitchen embraces that authentic Hampton’s style, and comes with a butler’s pantry amd a commercial-style laundry.
The first floor is home to three bedrooms and a luxurious parents’ retreat with steam shower, a sculptural soaking tub, a walk-in dressing room and an outdoor sitting room.
There is also a big screen cinema.
On the second floor is a rooftop retreat/playroom with ensuite and spectacular views.
Beneath the house is the interior boatshed with space for watercraft storage. There is also a heated saltwater pool and over 20m of waterfront with a floating pontoon.
Located at 20 Neptune Court, it is listed with Mashelle Jones and vivian Yu of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty.
The agency has some of the most spectacular properties in Queensland on their books, including resort-style homes in Port Douglas and Hamilton Island, and executive mansions in some of Brisbane’s most exclusive suburbs.