33 Hampton Court Paradise Point 33 Hampton Court Paradise PointTheir tropical home at 33 Hampton Court was able to fulfil that dream for them, capturing picturesque sunsets in the afternoons. The home was designed by Paul Clout to incorporate a tropical Queensland style with a resort feel. 33 Hampton Court Sovereign Islands4 4 6Price: $5.288 millionFeatures: Stone benchtops, dumb waiter and spa Area: 700sq mAgent: Amir Mian, Prestige Property Agents Paradise Point 33 Hampton Court Paradise Point“It takes 15 minutes for the kids and I to get to Stradbroke Island on the boat for a surf, but less than a minute to jump on the wakeboards since we are 50m from the water’s edge,” the father of three said. “The other thing is that the sheltered waters add to the privacy so it really is like a tropical resort.“The boys have their friends over, especially in the summer, the kids spend all day at the house playing in pool or out on the water. In winter we turn to the spa and sauna.“The big attraction to the house was its views, and the fact that it had really interesting curves.“It must have been quite difficult for the builder to create so many curved rooms.” 33 Hampton Court Paradise PointLimestone tiles imported from Oman, a curved concrete staircase and Blackbutt flooring in the living room combines with a New Zealand Schist stonework in the lounge room. 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 ago33 Hampton Court Paradise PointMr Rodrick said that inside the home the couple had created a contemporary vibe.“There is so much glass so every from frames a view, especially the lounge room because it is completely rounded with windows,” he said.“The interiors are nice but we spend most of our time in the outdoor entertaining area.” THERE isn’t much need for a holiday when you spend every day in a tropical hideaway like this Balinese-inspired beauty on the private Sovereign Islands.At least that’s what homeowners Rod and Melissa Rodrick think. The couple, who bought the property six years ago, said their previous home in Brisbane had been similar but it missed one crucial element — the island views. 33 Hampton Court Paradise PointOn the first level a dumb waiter services the six-car space basement. The kitchen offers maximum hospitality with two dishwashers and a cappuccino machine, but the showpiece Mr Rodrick said is the heated pool featuring its own waterfall.