Paradise Waters property comes with a vining garden that captures skyline views

first_img15 Seafarer Court, Paradise Waters.FRED Merritt made Paradise Waters his home six years ago after falling in love with the Gold Coast during his almost decade of organising the American flyover jets for Indy 300.Merritt and his wife Robyn split their time between Sydney and a beachside unit all through those high-octane glory days, before seriously considering a permanent relocation to 15 Seafarer Court.15 Seafarer Court, Paradise Waters.“It was the only place I wanted to go,” Merritt said. “We came from Double Bay where everyone is in a hurry but up here, it’s always so pleasant and tranquil.”The couple spends a portion of most days on the terrace, overlooking the waterway and Main Beach high-rises beyond.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago15 Seafarer Court, Paradise Waters.“I have my papers delivered of a morning and I sit out there, watching the tide,” Merritt said. “It’s just perfect and we’re facing northeast so it’s lovely. We’ll have trouble finding something to replace it.”The has almost too much space now for the Merritts with six bedrooms and five bathrooms.“We don’t really need that much room but we’ll be staying in Paradise Waters.”The property has a solar-heated pool and spa, as well as a jetty and ramp.15 Seafarer Court, Paradise Waters.Inside is a large kitchen, shared living rooms, an office, den, workshop and wine cellar.A recreation space, which could double as a billiard room, currently holds Merrett’s collection of airplane memorabilia.“It’s like a bunker that room, you can make plenty of sound and nobody would know.”last_img

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