The resort-like ‘Trinity Beach Palace’, 15 minutes’ drive north of Cairns, offers the ultimate in luxury living, with a pristine beach right outside the front gate.
“There’s also been a couple of very famous bands stay there as well and one band in particular wrote some of their music there,” Cowan says.
“Some renowned chefs have stayed there as well – Michelin star chefs.”
The property has already attracted significant interest, with a few interested buyers, including a mining consortium and a potential buyer from Melbourne.
The current owners bought the property in 2007 but are selling up after moving to Brisbane, and have rented it out for $10,000-$15,000 a week.
The home is spread over one single storey, with high cathedral ceilings to add a spacious feel and ensure flow-through ventilation.
The enormous open plan living area incorporates sitting and dining zones, a commercial-sized bar and gourmet kitchen.
The home’s decor combines African South Sea Island themes, accentuated by columns of quartz from the nearby Atherton Tablelands.
There are five king-sized bedrooms, six bathrooms (including four ensuites), a safari-themed den and library, gymnasium, sauna and golf practice range. A resort-style pool with open bath-house and two outdoor bars overlooking the Coral Sea complete the amenities.
The home is for sale with price on application.
This article was sourced from www.realestate.com.au