The views from the sunbeds looking towards Flatrock beach.The glass-edge pool, which gives the illusion of the water being suspended, has been a major talking point since the build was unveiled earlier this year. The pool is counter-levered out off the third level and has two built-in double sun-bed pads facing towards the beach. Tourist hotspot hits the market as border opens More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoThe ocean view is one worth waking up early for.The home is owned by lawyer Timothy Delaney and real estate agent wife Madonna, who is running the sales campaign. “We wanted our dream home to feel like a holiday beach house,” said Mrs Delaney earlier this year.“The views just go on from Surfers to Snapper Rocks, it’s really breathtaking.” The house at 662 Pacific Parade, Tugun is a showstopper.One of Australia’s best houses – an epic four-level designer mansion overlooking the beach in Tugun – has hit the market. Expressions of interest are being sought for the coastal stunner which has graced the covers of home magazines and will soon to be showcased on Channel 9’s Australia’s Best Homes. The mansion is being touted as one of Australia’s best homes.Designed by architect Chris Clout and built by Mactech Constructions, the full concrete Plantation-style house is a showstopper along Pacific Parade. Perched on the hillside in the popular Flatrock precinct, the beach and ocean views extend from Coolangatta to North Stradbroke Island. MORE: Rare Budds Beach cottage a bargain buy Every day feels like a holiday in this luxury beachside mansion.In the listing, Mrs Delaney explains that ‘due to a recent change in Planning Laws you can no longer build a house any where near the height of this house’. “The 20 metre frontage lots on Hedges Ave now sell for in excess of $11 million without a house, so this is truly a rare opportunity to secure a very unique Gold Coast showpiece beachfront home,” the marketing states. French oak flooring and raked timber ceilings feature in the living area.Moreton Island driftwood handles and distressed French oak flooring create a relaxed vibe inside while white shutters, tropical gardens and cane fans add a touch of the Bahamas. A grand master suite occupies the top level where glass on three sides allows for the kind of views that make waking up in the kingsize four poster bed a dream come true.