Mrs Caste’s favourite place is the living room.The home has a European flair and has a unique cowhide-style bar.“I have brought a lot of my favourite pieces from Paris so it has a very European style to it,” Mrs Caste said. The unusual cowhide barThe kitchen has timber finishings and stone benchtops while the design opens into a light-filled living room. The home has a 180 degree panoramic view from the very top of Rutledge Street HillThe couple said the home had a spacious design but it was the views they really enjoyed.“My husband Theodore is Greek so naturally he loves anything to do with the sea, including watching it,” Mrs Caste said. “He used to export seafood from Coolangatta to Japan and Europe. “It’s a really cosy home with a beautiful outlook and I spend a lot of time at home usually reading in the lounge room with classical music. “I am originally from Paris, but I think this view is special.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago The European owners have kept their flair in the interiorsThe couple said the three balconies were great for entertaining their friends and offered refreshing breezes. “We have friends from France, Spain and Greece who come and visit and they always head towards the balcony,” Mrs Caste said.“The bar was popular when we were a bit younger and did more entertaining but we don’t use it much any more.” 86 Rutledge St, Coolangatta.HIGH on Rutledge St Hill, this three-storey home captures stunning views of Coolangatta from every level. The six-bedroom home was built by homeowner Theodore Glinatsis in 1979 before he and his wife Jacqueline Caste renovated the property in 2002 with fresh updates. Views from the kitchen sinkOn the lower level a terrace overlooks a swimming pool.Solar power and a water tank are other highlights of the home.