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A Luxury Vacation Spot in Queensland

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For a jaw-dropping $1,000 a night, you too can vacation in this architecturally interesting beach house.

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Alinghi is a vacation home clinging to the cliffs of north Queensland’s Capricorn Coast, Australia.

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A vast travertine stone terrace connects the front of this expansive cedar, glass and steel cliff top dwelling.

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Both completely open, and cosily protected, the lines of the casually luxurious beach pad gather together the elements of comfort and sophistication.

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For dining, an intriguing treehouse feeling is created by low windows that oversee the surrounding bush that leads to the sea.

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The sheer ‘weight’ of all this travertine stone in the public pavilion suggest it is carved out of a limestone cliff.

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Centered between the two pavilions, an even larger travertine terrace faces the infinite view.

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In the sleeping pavilion on the other side, four fresh and sun-filled bedrooms drink in the ocean air.

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Completely open to the salt sea spray in front, the master bedroom would feel as if it was hollowed out of the cliffs.

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The walk-in shower with its eco-chic outdoor entrance makes short work of sandy feet coming in from the beach below.

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For the sleeping pavilion, an abandoned beach shack feeling is created by the open slats – to elicit relaxing downtime.

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