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Luxury mansion in the Whitsundays fit for a Bond villain

OPULENCE: The features of Mandalay House are endless, with its Mediterranean-inspired architecture and luxury features throughout.
OPULENCE: The features of Mandalay House are endless, with its Mediterranean-inspired architecture and luxury features throughout. Contributed

WITH spectacular views from your massive pool, a dine-in wine cellar, cinema, gymnasium, marina berth and helipad, this huge waterfront residence is fit for a Bond Villain - just BYO pet leopard.

It's believed the original asking price has been dropped from $25 million to $19 million other media have reported.

Ray White Whitsunday is calling for expressions of interest in the six-bedroom, nine-bathroom sprawling Mandalay House, which the agent says is "one of the most stunning mansions in Australia".

Taking 3.5 years to build, Mandalay House features three levels of pure luxury - right down to the massive 144sq m main bedroom and 52sq m dressing room. Check out all the pictures here.

There are four guest bedrooms, all with ensuites, and the entertaining options are endless from the huge oceanfront pavilion to the formal lounge and dining or dine-in cellar.

For the boaties, it also features a private 22.5m marina berth with all-weather rock wall, two jet ski docks and boat shed.

To find out more, call Mark Beale from Ray White Whitsunday on 0404 498 790.

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