GOLD COAST'S HOUSE OF THE YEAR: WATERSIDE BLISS
Written on the 17 June 2015
UPON finishing a three-storey waterside manor at Broadbeach Waters, Gino Pase has crowned a long journey with a sparkling jewel.
This multimillion-dollar masterpiece is the result of years of hard work by the team at Pase Building, matching their client's desire for a Hamptons-style luxury residence fit for the ultimate home entertainer.
Standing three storeys tall beside the river at Broadbeach Waters, the home leaves nothing to want in terms of design and inclusions.
Capacious in nature from floor to ceiling, the basement garage situated beside the fully equipped gym can accommodate five cars with ease.
Stepping up to the entry level, a spacious kitchen, bar area, light dance floor and family lounge areas all precede a stunning outdoor entertainment and pool arrangement overlooking the river.
Each commodious bedroom on the upper level is completed with its own ensuite, rivalling even the grandest of Cape Cod beauties with its true sense of place and style.
Gino Pase says while the project was a mammoth build in size, his team went the extra mile to achieve extraordinary features.
"The project took a long time because of the sheer size; it's a big home on a big site," says Gino.
"However the style and design is unique. It's not your average modern home."
The ceiling line features large exposed timber trusses, overarching a meticulously finished internal staircase as one of the home's standout features.
The use of stone and linear board throughout the whole project has produced a style-authentic home, with depth and character.
"The attention to detail that went into this project was outstanding; there was a lot of hard work that went into this house," says Gino.
While the project has certainly turned out beautifully, smooth sailing was interrupted by an unfortunate fire incident which partially consumed the house during the initial construction phase.
Extending the timeline to a five-year build, the Pase Building team overcame the significant trials associated with fire damage to produce a breathtaking final result that any person would be proud to call their home.