Be the king of Coast’s castle with a turret and 'nightclub'

GRANDEUR at the top, party at the bottom.

A stunning hinterland home that features a turret on its roof and a nightclub-style entertainment area on its lowest floor has hit the market for buyers able to part with $2.3 million.

Ken Guy Buderim sales and marketing consultant Tom Hogan said it wasn't often he came across properties like the five-bedroom Mediterranean home at 55 Foley Rd, Ilkley.

It was built over a four-year period by stonemason Angel Buj-Casanoves using hand-cut solid slabs of sandstone.

"It is just a spectacular, fabulous house," Mr Hogan said.

"It starts with the turret at the top.

"It's just got spectacular sweeping views."

A winding outdoor staircase takes guests down to a courtyard and balcony in front of the main bedroom and spa ensuite.

There is more than 1250sq m of living space in the home.

"You've also got a self-contained cottage just down the hill here which is good for dual-living purposes."

Down a marble internal staircase is the main floor which features include a kitchen, library, dining room and living area.

"The chandeliers in the dining living area - you just don't see those these days, very spectacular."

Down a second set of marble stairs is the house's surprise. Large wooden doors open up to reveal a massive entertaining area.

The bar has commercial fridges, an icemaker and surround-sound television.

"It's just unbelievable.

"Also one of my little favourites is the wine cellar, which I've got a particular affinity for.

"But I think you need to come out here and have a look at the property to really appreciate what it does have.

"I've seen a lot of properties and the features here are quite remarkable."

 

View more pics and details of this property on our listing.



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