132 Prince Edward Pde, Scarborough.“It has got views that are better than downstairs, it is spectacular. “I had ideas of using that as a home office, but that didn’t eventuate because the kids commandeered it and took it (as their bedroom).’’Just a few steps from the house is the sandy beach.There is a central kitchen inside the house which sits next to a dining and entertainment area.This leads to a deck which has expansive water views. The floor plan of 132 Prince Edward Pde, Scarborough. Picture: DiakritMr Cassimatis said without his wife, and with his three children now out of home, a six bedroom house was far too big for him, so he has listed it for sale.It isn’t just the house he loves, but the amazing views he has while sitting on his front veranda, from Bribie Island to the Port of Brisbane. “It has 180 degree views,’’ he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by 132 Prince Edward Pde, Scarborough.Mr Cassimatis said 40 years ago when they bought the property he loved the area and the position, and he had loved living there ever since.There is also a special room he included in the design just for himself – although it didn’t work out that way.“There is a special room built upstairs, it is like an attic room, but it is an actual large bedroom,” he said. 132 Prince Edward Pde, Scarborough.In a street known as the “millionaires row” in Scarborough, this impressive home spans two absolute beachfront lots.It sits on 1131sq m of land and has been designed to make the most of the water views.Owner Jim Cassimatis and his late wife Barbara bought the property just after they married.At the time it was just an old house but they had dreams of building something really special there.“When we bought it, there was an old house – about 100 years old,’’ Mr Cassimatis said.“We bought it just after we got married in 1977 and lived there for a few years and planned the construction of the existing house and then went ahead with that and it was built and finished probably in the late eighties. “We’ve lived there ever since.” 132 Prince Edward Pde, Scarborough.The main bedroom has a large, walk-in robe, and access to a veranda which also has views.All remaining bedrooms share two bathrooms, one of which has a bathtub.There are high cathedral ceilings throughout and parquetry flooring. Within the large block is an inground swimming pool and a garage for three cars plus storage space.The home at 132 Prince Edward Parade, Scarborough, will be taken to auction on December 9 at 3pm, through Dwight Ferguson and Alexander Shean of Ray White Ascot.