Nestled on the fringe of the Noosa National Park with an abundance of flora and fauna in the garden, sweeping ocean views, and a stroll to the glistening white sand of Little Cove Beach, life doesn't get much better.
There's no doubting the high-end quality of this beach house, seemingly 'perched' amongst mature bushland to capture the mesmerizing longdappled views of azure-hued Laguna Bay and northerly across the Coral Sea to Double Island Point.
Designed and built by renowned locals Ken Robinson and Bruce Windrim two decades ago, the nautical albeit deco influences include curvaceous 'naturally washed' decks complemented by clever sail-like awnings which capture the essence of the location and ensure timeless integrity and character.
Inside, the two levels are equally impressive especially the polished Tasmanian oak floors and bespoke cabinetry. Equally the soaring vaulted ceiling plus copious banks of sliders give a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living, invite salty breezes and the sounds of the surf and ensure light and languid echoes of summer year-round.
The generous open plan living/dining space has a kitchen with adjoining large deck for those with a penchant for cooking outdoors.
On the mezzanine level is the master suite with massive ensuite bathroom, walk-in robe, extra storage while the piece de resistance is the deck where coffee, a glass of wine or watching breaching whales in season, are de rigueur.
Downstairs, one bedroom opens out to an enormous deck and next to the other bedroom is a covered balcony. They share a bathroom and there's also a laundry.
"What a privileged Little Cove address with its backdrop of natural beauty and environmental sustainability," enthuses Tom Offermann Real Estate Agent Nic Hunter who's taking the property to auction on Saturday 22 June.
"Living here with koalas, goannas, kookaburras and lorikeets and more as neighbours, there's also quick access to protected headland beaches, the world-famous Surfing Reserve, plus the hustle and bustle of sophisticated Hastings Street with its many bars, restaurants and boutiques, as well as the sheltered north-facing Main Beach. Such is the art of living close to the Noosa National Park".
Facts & Features
Land size: 682m2
House area: 312m2
Architect: Ken Robinson
Builder: Bruce Windrum
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