first_img1382/23 Ferny Ave Surfers Paradise“That just takes your breath away during the day or on a moonlit evening.” The penthouse has room for a dining table seating up to eight people. There is a music and media system throughout. 1382/23 Ferny Avenue Surfers Paradise“This was my first penthouse and I was attracted to the position and obviously the magnificent beach and Ocean Views,” he said. Mr MacDonald said he was inspired to create a Manhattan design.“We did extensive renovations and completed an interior design that was based on a black and white Chanel theme,” he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago 1382/23 Ferny Ave Surfers Paradise“That renovation and fitout was masterplanned by Virginia Oxenford of Globe Interiors at Southport. Virginia has curated all my properties in Australia and has a fantastic eye for detail and quality. “The work she did on the penthouse was incredible given how different it was to my beach house at Kingscliff. “I had lived in Manhattan for a period of time when I worked for Macquarie Bank and she really captured what I was after. 1382/23 Ferny Ave Surfers Paradise“I also like the fact that my family and I could use this from time to time during our holidays and that when not in use by us it would make a superb high-end short term rental that could attract premium rates.“My favourite room is a tough question, as all the rooms have very special views, but having said that there is nothing quite like sitting on the top deck with your own private pool looking out over the Pacific Ocean. 1382/23 Ferny Ave Surfers ParadiseIT is described as trendy cosmopolitan living with a Manhattan inspired design, and it’s really not hard to see why.The two-level penthouse at the Mantra Chevron Renaissance Towers is one of many properties owner and boss of holiday-stay business Regal Retreats, Andrew MacDonald, bought for his portfolio.last_img