Featuring “self-cleaning” glass, an integrated sound system, keyless entry, electric blinds and windows and sensor taps, the futuristic technology at the Broadbeach Waters mansion is similar to that in the popular 60s television show.
Mrs Robinson said they had become very accustomed to the technology.
“Those sorts of things we just take for granted now,” Mrs Robinson said.
“The keyless entry for example, you just don’t think about it — you get out of the car and punch the code in, there’s no fumbling for keys.”
The couple have lived on the street for almost 35 years — 23 of which were in the house next door.
It took 19 months to build the two-storey home, which stands on a 716 sqm block.
Mrs Robinson said the architect went above and beyond to make it unique as well as versatile.
“We’ve just loved living in the beautiful, elegant home that it is,” Mrs Robinson said.
“I think we’ll miss the peace and serenity of it.”
A black marble water feature in the courtyard, electric awning for extra shade over a riverside alfresco area, 14m wet-edged pool, and temperature controlled wine room are also standout features.