A newly built home that’s designed to appear to be floating along the cliffs of Burleigh Heads, a Gold Coast suburb in Queensland, Australia, hit the market last week.
The three-level house on Hill Avenue is owned by Rozetta Naumoski, who bought the lot in June 2016 for A$880,000 (US$667,121) and immediately knocked down the old shack that was on the site.
The suspended property has four bedrooms, high ceilings, multiple living spaces, including a sunken lounge with a fireplace, a pool and poolside deck, a full floor master suite with a outdoors soaking tub, sliding doors and a study nook and coastal views, according to the listing.
There’s no asking price, per se, since the house is being sold through an “expressions of interest” campaign.
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