Apartment for sale
6003/'Q1' 9 Hamilton Avenue,
Surfers Paradise, QLD
3 3 2
Absolute Luxury Living - Q1 Sub PenthouseOne of only 4 apartments on the entire floor of level 60, sub penthouse apartment 6003 in the iconic Q1 building is one of two spectacular neighbouring and totally unique sub-penthouses, internally redesigned and reconfigured to maximise the huge 250+ square meters of space. (Perhaps buy both and bring them together for over 500 square meters of unbeatable luxury - for the potential floor plan to bring both together contact Adrian Jenkins 0424 199 133.)
Q1 sub-penthouse 6003 is a 'P' style apartment with an easterly aspect looking over the beaches and pacific ocean and takes apartment living to sensational levels of Luxury and Comfort.
The kitchen is well equipped with stone kitchen worktops, gas cooking, built-in refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher. It opens to the dining and lounge area, taking in the breathtaking views across the eastern ocean horizon and the sprawling coastal city line.
Three bedrooms with three bathrooms and 2 large walk in wardrobes, this sub penthouse has the comfortable feel of a spacious luxury home. There is a large separate laundry with Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer, and plenty of storage cupboard space.
Q1 gives this level 60 sub-penthouse multi-angle views of the Pacific Ocean to the East, views as far as Byron Bay in the south, and out across to the hinterland, creating a stunning backdrop with a remarkably relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
Fully ducted air conditioning and many more features, such as the all weather balcony unique to Q1 to relax on a day bed, or enjoy breakfast as the sun rises, this property provides approximately 250m2 of luxurious beach-side lifestyle.
Features & Facilities of the Q1 Building:
Residents Club and Function Rooms,
Three Swimming Pools include a Lagoon, and Indoor 25m Heated Pool,
Indoor Steam Rooms,
Fully Equipped Gymnasium,
Children's Games Room,
Cafe and Pool Bar,
Just seconds from the longest of beaches, and only 30 km to Coolangatta Airport, Q1 draws inspiration from the upswept curves of the Sydney 2000 Olympics torch.
Last updated: 11:18AM on Nov 17th 2017