The exterior of Anchorage on Maloja. Anchorage on Maloja. The sale now leaves only four of the developments 12 penthouses available, all of whichfeature state-of-the-art kitchens with Gaggenau appliances, glass shutters to ensureterraces blend seamlessly with living areas, as well as marble, granite, tile and Australianhardwood flooring throughout.Ranging in size from 382sq m to 650sq m, the two-level penthouses have five-bedrooms,four bathrooms, study, three garages, and full-length balconies to capture the stunningwater views.Single-level penthouses have four bedrooms, smart-wired media room, three bathrooms,two-car garages and huge balconies.All the penthouses feature, an outdoor kitchenette, temperature-controlled wine cellar inthe garages and are priced from $2.8 million. Mr Chesterman said their minds were quickly made after viewing the luxurious four-bedroom penthouse complete with a heated lap pool, private jetty with a 12mpontoon and ocean views.“We moved to Caloundra after living in Gladstone and were quick to fall in love with thelifestyle, area and our home,” Mr Chesterman said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours ago“We were very happy with our current home, location and water views and weren’t keepinga watch on the property market, however, after we visited Anchorage on Maloja ourthoughts and plans were quickly changed.“It had everything we were looking for in a home – ample living space, gorgeous views and alevel of luxury we knew would be hard to find elsewhere”.The recent penthouse sale is the fourth made by Billie LeKich at Anchorage on Maloja, withstrong interest in the remaining residences. The prestigious waterfront penthouses of Anchorage on Maloja have secured another record sale for Caloundra with a single level penthouse snapped up by a local couple for $3 million.A single-level penthouse at Caloundra has sold for a whopping $3 million.The waterfront penthouse at Anchorage on Maloja was snapped up by a local couple.Selling agent Billie LeKich, of Billie’s Prestige Selection, said the sale was a “recent record” for Caloundra following a $4.25 million purchase at Anchorage on Maloja, which she secured in 2015.“This is quite a spectacular sale for the coastal town, which is beginning to see steadygrowth in property value and certainly bodes well for the market leading into the secondquarter of 2019,” she said.“A number of buyers from Brisbane and interstate are showing a lot of interest in Caloundradue to its proximity to Brisbane whilst offering a beach front lifestyle.”Mrs LeKich said the vast inquiry she is seeing at Anchorage on Maloja was largely due to thewaterfront position and unsurpassed views the boutique collection of homes offered.“This is a truly unique development which offers luxury and house-sized apartments inproximity to Caloundra CBD and its shopping and dining precinct,” she said.“The location paired with well thought-out and luxurious design has cemented its positionas a one-of-a-kind development on the Sunshine Coast, which has attracted strong salesresults, such as this most recent $3 million sale,” she said.Pelican Waters locals Peter and Helen Chesterman said despite not actively looking topurchase, the chance to own one of the opulent waterfront penthouses was too good tomiss.