IT’S the stuff dreams are made of. With a raft of luxury features, beachfront views and an enviable rooftop terrace to top it all off, it doesn’t get much better than this penthouse.
The lavish skyhome in Palm Beach’s Temple building has hit the market under an expressions of interest campaign, which closes at the end of the month.
It has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two kitchens spread across two levels with an outdoor kitchen, pool and spa on the rooftop terrace.
Kollosche Prestige Agents director Michael Kollosche, who is marketing the penthouse, said it was attracting interest from around the country.
“There’s been strong interest from Melbourne, Sydney and local buyers,” he said.
“We expect to field a few offers over the next couple of weeks.”
Mr Kollosche said the owners were part of the original syndicate that developed the building, which was finished in March 2017.
He said they used the penthouse as a second home.
“The privacy and security that is afforded to the owners of this boutique building really appeals to them,” Mr Kollosche said.
“However, it is the sheer size and proportions that allow them to comfortably house a large family and staff that make it very unique.”
The residence has an eclectic style with luxury chandeliers in one room and a floral wall mural with matching carpets in another.
“The owners travel all over the world and drew their inspiration from their travels,” Mr Kollosche said.
He said the owners had decided to sell the penthouse so they could develop another property.