7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.AN entertainment deck and floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of this Sanctuary Cove property’s riverfront position.The north-facing villa at 7104 Marine Drive East has uninterrupted views across the water to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands reserve.Marketing agent Shirley Wyllie, of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, said the home’s design and prime position was attractive to buyers. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.“It’s got a fantastic indoor outdoor flow and that’s what people are really liking about it,” Mrs Wyllie said.She said it was also what owners Nick and Cathy Eisenhut loved most about the property, which they bought in 2015.“They love the fact that it’s all open plan — it lets them enjoy the indoor outdoor alfresco style living,” Mrs Wyllie said.While the couple were reluctant to sell, a work promotion interstate was too good to pass up.“They were so reluctant to sell it because they love it so much,” Mrs Wyllie said. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove. 7104 Marine Drive East, Sanctuary Cove.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom villa has an open kitchen and living area that flows seamlessly into a Florida room and out onto the entertainment deck.The kitchen has Caesar stone benchtops and quality appliances while floor-to-ceiling windows frame the panoramic views of the river and reserve, which could never be built out.It also has a low-maintenance garden that surrounds the property. Mrs Wyllie said the Eisenhuts renovated the property extensively to give it a more modern style.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 13, 2014 at 4:26 pm Contact Meredith: [email protected] | @MerNewman93 Tyler Ennis hit a buzzer-beater to send No. 1 Syracuse to a 58-56 win over No. 25 Pittsburgh on Wednesday. Beat writer David Wilson, who was in Pittsburgh to see the chaos unfold, calls it the greatest shot in Syracuse history. Some agree, while others don’t. “@TrevorHass: Ennis’ buzzer-beater to edge Pitt is greatest shot in Syracuse history, argues @DBWilson2: http://t.co/7sPrio3KQX”>No Pearl— The Cuseaholic (@Cuseaholic) February 13, 2014 Comments