1102/2-8 Creek Street KirraArmstrong Real Estate marketing agent John Rankin said the penthouse had tight security and residential on-site managers. 1102/2-8 Creek Street KirraThe penthouse, described by Mr Patterson as the ultimate luxury in sky-high living, was bought off-the-plan in 2008 as an investment property. “I had been living in Kirra for 30 years so I thought it was time I invested in the area,” Mr Patterson said.“The penthouse has been in the rental pool since day one of being built.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“It made sense to have an investment in the area because it is really popular with holiday-makers. 1102/2-8 Creek Street Kirra“I haven’t stayed in it myself but I have always had great feedback about the penthouse.“People often comment on the view of surfers and skydiver and the occasional whale watching.“It has been quite a success story with this investment.” 1102/2-8 Creek Street KirraThe three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment has three car spaces and is fully furnished.It was recently updated with fresh paint and new carpets. There is a large rooftop terrace with a plunge pool while the open-plan living area and balcony has northerly views up the coastline to Surfers Paradise. 1102/2-8 Creek Street KirraBECOME a spectator in style in this Kirra penthouse, with front row seats to watch Mick Fanning carve up waves at Snapper Rocks this weekend. The luxury penthouse captures a regular display of skydivers and whales, but homeowner David Patterson said that this weekend the penthouse would overlook one of the Gold Coast’s biggest surf events – the Quicksilver Pro.