Italian sister’s offer penthouse with imported Italian furniture thrown in

first_img118-3554 Spinnaker Main Beach Pde Main BeachIt is home to Italian sisters, Giulia Ponticello and Josephine Rizzo, who inherited the penthouse from their parents. With two kitchens, a wet bar and multiple formal lounge rooms, the penthouse oozes Italian luxury across three levels. The apartment was purchased in 1994 but Mrs Ponticello said the style all started with her parents’ love affair with classic Italian furniture. 118-3554 Spinnaker Main Beach Pde Main Beach“My sister and I only use the penthouse when we visit the Gold Coast on the weekends,” she said.“We have a number of other units on the Coast as well but we have never come across anything quite like the style in this penthouse.“The home is decorated exceptionally from top to bottom and we are selling it that way too.” Other highlights include three lifts, imported lights from Venice, four car spaces and an executive office with ocean views. 118-3554 Spinnaker Main Beach Pde Main BeachIT could have you fooled for a luxury home in Italy with its striking looks and regal trims, but a double-take proves this penthouse is located in the heart of Main Beach and captures panoramic views of the Gold Coast. Step inside to an impressive sight of monochrome and 1960s palace-style furniture — which comes with the deal. 118-3554 Spinnaker Main Beach Pde Main BeachThe penthouse has columns with gold-leaf style finishes and a winding staircase which leads up to three ensuites bedrooms and two living rooms.The rooftop level, which has 360 views features a St. Peter’s Basilica style dome above the dining table which lets in streams of filtered light. Mrs Ponticello said her parents added the dome, described as a piece of heaven, shortly after they bought it. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago118-3554 Spinnaker Main Beach Pde Main Beach“It was just an ordinary unit design when my parents originally bought it,” the property investor said. “It all started with the Silik-style furniture which my parents imported from Italy.“My father is from Sicily and he was fond of the traditional classical style.”The features include black granite kitchen benchtops, Victorian-style tiled floors and glass chandeliers which add a touch of luxury. last_img read more