An outside-the-box design sets this Main Beach mansion apart from its neighbours.
And if you have 10 cars it might be the property for you, with the basement garage offering an abundance of space for your wheels.
Built just a year ago, the luxury listing at 41 Rankin Pde doesn’t skimp on anything.
The contemporary design features double height voids, massive glass windows, funky pendant lighting, a library, media room, wine cellar and a lift, which services all three levels.
Owners Jennie and Tim Abberton enlisted architect Peter Hockley and interior designer Sandra Dunne to build the lavish abode.
“We have been in Main Beach for over 40-odd years and owned several properties. We have even lived in the same street,” Mr Abberton said.
“It was a vacant block and was good to come back and build in the same street as a lot of our original neighbours were still here.
“It’s a unique little spot on the Gold Coast — I don’t think you can find anywhere better.”
Mr Abberton said the couple was selling the three-bedroom house to embark on another project interstate.
“We haven’t spared on any of the expenses and used nothing but the best in the way of quality finishes,” he said.
Ray White Surfers Paradise agent Jackson Paradise, who is marketing the property, said the 761sq m house would head under the hammer within a couple of months.
The owners are considering pre-auction offers.
“I haven’t seen anything like this on the Coast, it’s in a league of it own,” Mr Paradise said.