An entertainer’s dream.David Punter bought the original 1975-built single-level brick and iron house in 2011 and set about rebuilding it with a tropical twist. “When I bought it, I had a look at the footprint of the house and the slab and saw plenty of potential,” Mr Punter said. “We basically kept the garage walls at the front of the house and one other wall.” Entertain in style.The floorplan features three bedrooms and a media room but it is the master bedroom that truly stands out with its ocean views, a walk-in wardrobe and designer ensuite. “The master bedroom is like a five-star hotel suite,” Mr Punter said. Feel like you’re in a five-star resort.FEEL like you’re in a five-star resort when you step inside this Banora Point property. The sprawling Asian-inspired oasis is the perfect place to relax and unwind with family and friends with a 15m heated pool, cabana and landscaped gardens among its standout features. But it wasn’t always like this. The main bedroom.The father of two said he was pleased with the result.“I love it,” he said. “When you walk into the house it’s always a joy.”He said the kitchen area that opened out to the outdoor area was his favourite feature.“We love being around the kitchen and entertaining,” he said. Feel a million miles away in this resort-inspired house.The family undertook the rebuild, which included adding the second level, over 15 months.“Firstly we did the backyard. We put the pool in and the entertaining area and waited six months and then did the rest,” he said. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours agoNo expense was spared in the renovation.The main living area provides a luxe indoor-outdoor lifestyle with soaring ceilings, pendant lights and timber throughout — all inspired by family holidays in Asia. “All the doors and windows are timber,” he said.“We like the rich look of timber and lots of light. We love to holiday in Asian countries and so we have used lots of timber throughout the house.” The kitchen.“You can open up all the doors so people can be inside and outside, it’s a very social house. “We had our daughter’s 18th here and we had the dance area out the back on the grass“We also had my son’s 21st here. I think we had easily 120 people and there really was room for everyone.”Sophie Carter of Sophie Carter Exclusive Properties — Coolangatta is marketing the property.