Broadbeach Waters house showcases sprawling space with stylish layout

first_img32 Park Avenue Broadbeach WatersSPACE and style are showcased from the very moment you open the door to this two-storey Broadbeach Waters home.A floor-to-ceiling mirror and decorative stone wall in the foyer reflects the imposing design created by homeowners Mark and Ainslie Bernoth.32 Park Avenue Broadbeach Waters“We originally put an offer on a house in the Gold Coast hinterland which had views of the ocean, but we thought why not just be at the ocean’s doorstep?”The couple bought the home at 32 Park Ave seven years ago and gave it a fresh look with modern finishes.32 Park Avenue Broadbeach Waters“The house was quite outdated when we found it and it was even bigger than what it is now,” Bernoth said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago32 Park Avenue Broadbeach Waters“There were seven bedrooms when we moved in and we thought even for our family of five that it was a bit excessive so we have created spaces that we could get some use out of.”The home is the pair’s 10th renovation project and features a new kitchen, stylish bathrooms and a media room.“We turned it into a five-bedroom house and put in a media room for the kids who now spend most of their time in there,” Bernoth said.32 Park Avenue Broadbeach Waters“It is a big house so we didn’t need to put any extensions onto it.”Bernoth said the kitchen captured some of the best sunsets in the house.“The kitchen walls are predominantly just glass and the outlook, especially in the afternoons, are extraordinary.“There is a sliding door which opens up to the deck and we have really enjoyed sitting out there for meals.32 Park Avenue Broadbeach Waters“The location is fantastic, when we we’re driving down the street for the first time there were kids playing in front yards and we thought it would just be a great place to for our three kids to meet some new friends.“The beauty is that it’s on a dead-end street so there is no traffic, the canal is really quiet and it doesn’t feel like you’re in the middle of town when it’s actually an $8 dollar cab ride to Surfers Paradise for dinner.”32 Park Avenue Broadbeach WatersBernoth said the family were on to their next big venture in Upper Coomera renovating a 100-year-old dairy farm house.“My wife Ainslie loves to move around a lot and start new house projects.“This has been our longest stint yet and I think that’s because we really loved the area,” he said.last_img

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