The penthouse is spread over two levels.Up on the rooftop pool terrace, there is also a sun lounging deck and built-in barbecue kitchen. The scheduled auction follows that of the north-facing penthouse, which sold for $3.66 million in December 2017 to a Brisbane-based buyer who had walked off the beach 15 minutes earlier. Modern finishes feature throughout. A look at the pool from above.Mr Worth and his family have used the penthouse pad as a weekender over the five years he has owned the property.“My eldest daughter and her children lived there while their home was being renovated,” Mr Worth said.“At the end she wanted to swap and stay there. The kids didn’t want to leave.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe 591sq m south-facing residence showcases views of the Pacific Ocean, marina, Hinterland, Parkland and the glittering city lights. The interior is bright, white, open-plan and welcoming and boasts a granite kitchen, wet bar, sauna, wine cellar, gym, and in-wall fish tank near the entrance. A tropical aquarium adorns the entrance. 103/3645 DeVille, Main Beach Parade, Main Beach will go auction early next month.THIS iconic Main Beach penthouse with jaw-dropping glass pool is set to go to auction in a renewed sales push by its restaurateur vendor.With it’s spectacular views and unique transparent design, it’s no surprise vendor Ross Worth’s family have spent most of their time at the penthouse entertaining around the pool. The private glass pool offers incredible views.“The purchasers weren’t going in with the intention of buying the property but after seeing what was on offer and how special the penthouse is they immediately asked to register for the auction,” marketing agent Tolemy Stevens said at the time. The property is being advertised by Mr Stevens through Harcourts Coastal, after a change in marketing agencies.