Gold Coast home has plenty of space for a boat

first_img7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands.IT was the promise of wide water frontage that lured Dennis and Gail Gilbert to their Sovereign Islands house.As a self-confessed ‘boatie’, Mr Gilbert liked that the property had 24.5m of water frontage, offering plenty of space for his boat. “Plus the pool is very private,” he said. 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands. 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands. 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands. The couple have spent a lot of time in the house’s outdoor entertainment area in the four years they have lived there. Mr Gilbert said it was one of their favourite parts of the home.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa14 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“It’s got a nice back veranda, we’ve had family barbecues there and happy hour,” he said.The two-storey house is on a 747sq m block and has four bedrooms plus a study that could be converted into a fifth bedroom. 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands.center_img 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands. Its standout features include a media room with projector and screen, the waterfront pool with dual zone spa and curved feature staircase.Mr Gilbert said the home had served them well over the years and they had barely changed anything about it.“We just changed the colour, that’s all,” he said. “It was a terrible pink.” 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands. 7 Kensington Mews, Sovereign Islands.last_img

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