“It is a unique offering,” he said. “It was listed on Saturday and we have already had two inspections.“We have had interest from Brisbane and interstate, typically older couples wanting an easy but luxurious lifestyle.”The 320sq m penthouse has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a powder room, a formal lounge and dining rooms with full height glass windows and multiple waterfront terraces. At 320sqm, the penthouse is bigger than most housesThe master suite, which occupies its own private wing, also has its own terrace and a pillared marble ensuite with circular spa and walk-in-robe.Marble ensuites, walk-in-robes, balconies and water views are also features in the other two bedrooms.There is also space for three cars, CBUS home automation and ducted air-conditioning.Resort facilities include 24-hour security, room service, a fully equipped gym plus indoor and outdoor pools, a day spa and a fitness centre. Picone has put his first Palazzo Versace penthouse on the market after upgrading to one once owned by Clive Palmer.Michael Kollosche of Kollosche Prestige Agents, who has the listing, said the penthouse had been fully renovated, and would be sold with a 25m marina berth and bespoke furniture from House of Milan.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago This three bedroom penthouse at Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast is on the market for $5.75 millionIMAGINE being able to upgrade from one multi-million dollar penthouse to a residence once owned by billionaire Clive Palmer.Management-rights industry veteran Frank Picone bought the mining magnate-turned-politician’s Palazzo Versace penthouse for “more than $5 million” last year.Picone already owned an impressive three bedroom penthouse in the luxurious designer resort, which has a total of just six penthouses.But Palmer’s former residence had something that Picone’s original penthouse did not — a rooftop terrace.Now, Picone’s original penthouse has hit the market for $5.75 million. Rooftop terrace or not, it is impressive. And the view isn’t half badThe resort has hosted celebrities and royalty, including U2, The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, Pink, Mariah Carey and the kings of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.