What a bath!The home also has a private boat ramp with winch, dry dock and two boat sheds.The family were sad to leave the home but work overseas meant they needed to sell.“It has been such a joy to live in our own resort and enjoy a special morning ritual of showering outside among the landscape,” Mrs Pearson Campbell said.“The family activities are endless with tennis, water sports and pool side relaxation.”The mansion is close to parklands, the local turf club, schools, the beach and world-class shopping, dining and entertainment precincts. The kitchen has a servery to make outdoor entertaining easier. It exudes luxury from every corner. Perfect for late-night swims.IT may be in the heart of suburbia but this waterfront mansion resembles a private, luxury retreat miles away from civilisation.The sprawling Bundall property at 13-17 Binda Place blends classic elegance with a tropical resort.Marble, limestone and wood accentuate the home’s opulence while extravagant light fixtures are standout features in almost every room. The wardrobe of every girl’s dreams.Downstairs, there is an open kitchen, living and dining area that flows seamlessly outdoors.It also offers an office, library, wine cellar and gym.One of the most impressive rooms on the ground floor is the sunken master bedroom, which boasts views to the east overlooking the water and city skyline.It has a designer dressing room with full cabinetry, bevelled mirrored doors and a drawer unit as its centrepiece.Upstairs, there are four additional bedrooms with ensuites.This includes the guest wing, which has a rumpus room, separate home cinema and terrace.The outdoor entertainment areas surrounded by tropical gardens are sure to impress with a pool and spa, indoor sauna and tennis court. The perfect spot to curl up on the couch with a book.Its lavish style was part of the reason Gregory Campbell and Beckie Pearson Campbell bought the property in 2016.“We were searching for a property with fully contained bedrooms and ensuites for each of our growing children and also wanted a ground floor master suite with an aspect to the water,” Mrs Pearson Campbell said.“We couldn’t help but feel that we had found luxury but more so we had found a home.”The impressive home has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, including an outdoor shower and toilet.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe family wasted no time turning it into the luxurious property it is today.“We set about renovating and decorating each of the rooms to maximise the liveability while Greg concentrated on the renovation of the resort pool area,” Mrs Pearson Campbell said. Plenty of storage for all the wine connoisseurs out there. Imagine waking up in this bedroom every day. Perfect for summer nights. What a bathroom!