The destination of choice for celebrities and royalty, Hayman Island has long been synonymous with luxury, opulence and natural beauty.
Combining sleek, contemporary design with a resort-style ambiance, this stunning home takes luxury to new heights. Positioned on the northernmost tip of Hayman Island, against a backdrop of ivory sands and turquoise waters, with spectacular views across the Whitsundays, this home is in one of the most magnificent locations in the world.
The prestigious property was developed by real estate and hospitality investment company Mulpha, responsible for some of Australia’s most significant and celebrated luxury properties. It is marketed by Carol Carter of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty.
Designed to meticulous detail by the late, internationally acclaimed architect, Kerry Hill, the home comprises of four en-suite bedrooms with private balconies, a large kitchen that can be concealed, leading onto an open plan living and dining space, which flows seamlessly onto an expansive outdoor terrace and heat regulated infinity pool.
The home is effortlessly elegant with an understated opulence.
The standard finish of materials, fittings and fixtures are premium, comprising of: natural solid timber floors in bedrooms and living areas, natural stone tiling to all bathrooms, cyclone-grade full-height glass sliding doors to all bedrooms and living spaces, ducted airconditioning and integrated home automation throughout.
Amenities also include a lock-up garage to house your two golf buggies, a large storage area, laundry and powder room.
The overall architectural concept is inspired by Hill’s award-winning tropical resort projects comprising of isolated airconditioned spaces connected by covered outdoor transition spaces creating a truly indoor-outdoor experience.
As part of the purchase offering, the home will be maintained and serviced by the hotel with all premium hotel facilities – including private chefs and domestic staff – available to the owners, together with this, owners have the opportunity, if they so desire, to include their homes in the hotel inventory to generate revenue to assist in offsetting levies and operating costs.
John Hughes, General Manager International Sales at Mulpha said the work of Kerry Hill is unmatched in the resort design space.
“His name is synonymous with impeccable design,” Hughes said, “every detail has been considered, and beautifully executed, and the property is a fitting homage to his outstanding work.”
Mr Hughes says the home, which sits on the hillside overlooking the re-imagined InterContinental Hayman Island Resort offers an unparalleled opportunity to be part of this highly sought-after market, with significant time and cost benefits.
“Located in the middle of the Whitsundays, this home is unrivalled,” Hughes said. “If you were to buy land and undertake the build, it would take approximately three years to complete, and cost considerably more. This really is a unique opportunity.”
Carol Carter, who has been responsible for selling some of The Whitsundays’ most significant real estate, agrees.
“Australia, and particularly north Queensland and The Whitsundays are very well regarded by buyers from all around the world,” Carter said. “This property will certainly garner a high level of interest from the high-end market, from both overseas and Australian buyers.
“This is a very attractive destination, and more broadly, Australia is seen as a safe investment. Safe politically, economically and personally. The Whitsundays offers endless opportunities to explore the Great Barrier Reef, and the islands. There really is so much to do in terms of yachting and diving and a host of activities, that it is hard to beat the location in terms of holiday locations.
“This home offers a very exciting opportunity to be part of this luxury lifestyle.” Click here to find out more.