The Grand Broadbeach - Vogue Holiday Homes

Broadbeach Waters, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$440 to AU$900

The Grand at Broadbeach is a luxurious waterfront home perfectly located in Broadbeach and built at the end of a stunning canal to capture the amazing north facing water and Surfers Paradise skyline views. The Grand has been specifically built to capture the true essence of Gold Coast waterfront living with outside alfresco areas both upstairs and downstairs. The upstairs bedroom wings are accessed via the beautiful cantilevered staircase which leads to an architecturally designed timber bridge which towers over the void of the entry. Featuring contemporary open plan living The Grand is complemented by a state of the art chefs kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops, European Miele Appliances, five generous bedrooms, three stylish bathrooms, a home cinema room, ducted air conditioning, large alfresco areas and a luxurious swimming pool which overlooks the water.

The Grand at Broadbeach is situated in the centre of Broadbeach and directly behind Jupiters Casino and the Gold Coast Convention Centre, this home is within walking distance to the best that Broadbeach has to offer: Pacific Fair Shopping, Jupiters Casino, the Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach's fabulous restaurant strip, and of course the Gold Coast's trademark golden beaches.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming
21 Merrimac Boulevard
Broadbeach Waters, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

House

The five generous bedrooms and three stylish bathrooms ensure there is plenty of space to accommodate everyone. The upstairs bedroom wings are accessed via the beautiful cantilevered staircase which leads to an architecturally designed timber bridge which towers over the void of the entry.

Bedroom 1 - one King bed with a large ensuite, walk in robe and a flat screen television.
Bedroom 2 - one King bed (or two long singles) with shared bathroom and television.
Bedroom 3 - two Double Bunks (single on top) with shared bathroom.
Bedroom 4 - one King bed (or two long singles) with shared bathroom and television.
Bedroom 5 - one King bed (or two long singles) with shared bathroom.

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