Andrew and Jenni McMahon of Panorama Developments have listed their stunning Hamilton Island holiday home.
THEY are behind a number of luxury residential projects in Melbourne — a city known for its unpredictable weather.
So it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that when they are not building skyscrapers, they are relaxing at their holiday home on laid-back Hamilton Island in the Whitsundays.
But the time has come for property developers Andrew and Jenni McMahon of Panorama Developments to sell their incredible home-away-from-home and investment property, The Vue.
The view from The Vue
“We have been going to Hamilton Island for the last 20 years as we love boat cruising and the tranquillity of the Whitsundays, so it’s been perfect to have a home to come back to after a few days on the water,” Mr McMahon said.
“Hamilton Island truly is a great escape and it’s even better in reality than in your dreams. We have been privileged to own a home on Australia’s most prestigious holiday island.”
When not in use by the family, who are keen boating enthusiasts, the stunning three-level modern residence has been listed on various holiday booking sites.
The house can sleep 10 guests.
It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and sits on a 1161sq m block overlooking the Hamilton Island Marina and out to the Coral Sea.
It is listed for sale with Ray White Whitsundays, with agent Anita Edgar labelling it one of the “most secluded and private luxury homes” on the tropical island.
Aerial view over the Whitsundays. Photo : Daryl; Wright
The house has sweeping verandas to soak up the views, with a barbecue on the upper deck for alfresco dining.
The upper level has two master bedrooms with their own en-suite and spa.
On the lower ground level there is a further two generous bedrooms.
The Vue features a modern, well-equipped kitchen with a range of quality appliances, a pool, and many other features.
“There’s a limited supply of high end holiday rental homes on Hamo, so The Vue’s popularity generates in excess of $200,000 a year in rental income annually and our family are still able to holiday there at least three times a year,” he said.