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Kiwi technology entrepreneur Nick Gordon is selling his holiday sky-home

first_imgNick Gordon and his family spent 10 years of holidays at this sky-homeSTUNNING views are framed from every angle of this Surfers Paradise sub-penthouse. Owned by New Zealand couple Nick Gordon and his wife Andrea, the sky-home has been their home-away-from-home for the past decade. “The sunshine brought us to the Gold Coast and since buying here, the city has been our top travel destination for 10 wonderful years,” Mr Gordon said. Sit back and relax in this luxury sky-home“We are really reluctant to let this place go because we designed it to fit our family perfectly. “There are a lot of fond memories here. You won’t find us in New Zealand in winter or during the school holidays.” The sleek kitchen is a dream for entertainingAn east-facing wraparound balcony spanning 41sq m also offers the perfect place to relax. “The views here are amazing and we always find ourselves down by the beach,” he said.Mr Gordon said the family was selling for a bigger apartment even closer to the beach. The couple snapped up the penthouse of new Gold Coast high-rise, Northcliffe Residences.“We have basically watched our new building come out of the ground from the balcony,” he said. Views of Surfers Paradise surround the apartmentMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours ago“It was just the little things like adding in a bigger shower and having the media room closer to the kitchen.” Mr Gordon, a technology entrepreneur, said his favourite feature was the soaring ceilings. “We hunted for a bigger place for a while but there was nothing quite like this place,” he said. “The ceilings are very high, which is what I think makes it stand out from every apartment we’ve been in. “You don’t feel claustrophobic, especially with floor-to-ceilings windows. It is really unusual for an apartment to be so spacious.” The residence features three bedrooms, a study or media room, and three bathrooms. The sub-penthouse at 2903/18 Enderley Ave has been redesigned with luxury in mind“Travelling here so much is probably the reason why our daughter moved to Queensland.” On the 29th floor of the Artique building, the home offers absolute style. The couple, who bought the 268sq m property off the plan, said they customised the design and added some of their favourite finishes and fixtures. “We gave it our personal touch so it would suit our family and lifestyle,” the father-of-three said. Some of the stylish changes include a versatile layout and a splash of marble in the bathroom.last_img read more