Luxury home between two golf courses comes with a golf buggy

Luxury home between two golf courses comes with a golf buggy

first_img8035 Key Waters Sanctuary CoveTHIS Hope Island home is less than two minutes by golf buggy to local cafes and shops, according to owner Kevin Quirke.Located between two golf courses, the property at 8035 Key Waters Sanctuary Cove has a grand entrance but the swimming pool in the courtyard is the real showpiece. Featuring stepping stones, stylish pool lights and a stone water feature, the pool yard overlooks a timber deck and captures views across the canal. 8035 Key Waters Sanctuary Cove“We really adore the community so we are selling the house but we aren’t moving away.“We decided to downsize to be even closer to the golf course.” The home features a formal dining area and spacious lounge room with a fireplace. There is a pontoon big enough for a 40m vessel and a surround sound speaker system. 8035 Key Waters Sanctuary Cove 8035 Key Waters Sanctuary CoveMr Quirke, who kayaks to get his morning coffee, said his golf buggy was included in the sale.“The home came with a great lifestyle so the golf buggy needs to stay,” he said.“This was the first house we bought on the Gold Coast after moving from Sydney. 8035 Key Waters Sanctuary CoveMr Quirke said he and his wife Judy bought the home six years ago after the wide water views and golf course attracted them.“We get really beautiful sea breezes right through the house,” Mr Quirke said.“Outside there are two different entertaining areas so we tend to spend a lot of time outside.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We love catching crabs off the pontoon.” last_img

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