Former BRW rich-lister James Rice’s mansion is on the market for $11.95M

first_img75 Monaco Street Broadbeach Waters“I travelled back and forth for three years but it was time we moved closer to work and the children’s schools,” the father-of-two said. “We make weekend trips to the Gold Coast as much as we can.” 77 Monaco Street Broadbeach WatersThe boss of South Australian property development company Urban Construct, who is now based in Brisbane’s George St, described the home as the work of a perfectionist. 75 Monaco Street Broadbeach WatersDesigned by architect Bayden Goddard, the residence has a dramatic entry onto a broad marble catwalk surrounded by tiled reflection pools leading to a glass foyer. g75 Monaco Street Broadbeach WatersWith luxury finishes, the four-bedroom Broadbeach home has a chef’s kitchen and large open-plan living areas that flow out to the resort-style infinity pool terrace which is flanked with twin dining pavilions. 75 Monaco Street Broadbeach WatersTHIS stunning Monaco St mansion might have more marble than Italy and an endless list of out-of-this world features, but owner James Rice said it was the little things he loved about it. center_img 75 Monaco Street Broadbeach Waters“As a developer I have a lot of experience in building and design,” the former BRW rich-lister said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“But when I bought this home in 2011 it wasn’t until after our family settled in when I started noticing the calibre of detail. The attention to detail is down to the power points – it is the little things that make all the difference.” 75 Monaco Street Broadbeach WatersFloor-to-ceiling bi-fold glass doors and white plantation shutters create ventilation throughout the home with a contemporary style Mr Rice summed up as “timeless”. “Sometimes when people design homes they get carried away with all the new trends but with this home there is just the right amount of unique that won’t age,” he said. 75 Monaco Street Broadbeach Waters“It is very sophisticated. I have never turned the airconditioning on – that is a sign of good design.” Mr Rice, the developer of Carrara’s Emerald Lakes, now lives in New Farm with his wife and two children. He said the commute from Gold Coast to Brisbane had become too much. last_img read more

Clonmel and Killenaule to contest County football final

first_img Commercials Selector Martin Quinlivan says giving away an early goal was a body blow – but they’re delighted with the win… Clonmel Commercials and Killenaule will contest this years’ County Senior Football Final.Commercials overcame last years’ county champions Loughmore Castleiney in a tightly fought contest 1-9 to 1-6.That game finished with 14 aside after second yellows for Ross Peters and Liam McGrath – there were also two black cards shown in the game.last_img