What a wonderful surprise awaits those with a penchant for Mediterranean features, idiosyncratic touches, bright colours, hinterland and water views, plus quiet cul-de-sac living in the verdant heart of Noosa Hill.
Expect the unexpected from the moment of arrival at the apartment, which is more a town home, as it is semi-detached. To the right is a guest bedroom with built-in robe and a bathroom/laundry opposite.
On the first level the hallway is dressed with stunning white-washed oak flooring through to the generous master bedroom with its northerly aspect, undercover Juliette balcony, louvres, and custom-made plantation shutters including curved to fit one window. Morning coffee accompanied by birdsong is surely a daily occurrence.
A second bedroom is carpeted, and both have built-in robes and a green outlook, while the bathroom has alabaster white-washed cabinetry with marble vanity, an exemplary Italian tiled feature wall, plus floor to ceiling tiles.
Stairs with timber treads lead to the upper level which is filled with the owner's memorabilia and reminiscent of a gallery.
The U-shaped kitchen and breakfast bar with exquisite Tuscan floor tiles, stone bench tops, 2-pac cabinetry and all the necessities for entertaining, has a leafy outlook.
The sundrenched open plan living and dining spaces with white-washed oak flooring, make a seamless connection alfresco to the tiled patio with drop-down blinds and Spanish-style arch, as per the building's exterior.
Seemingly perched in the National Park and environs where the koalas, lorikeets, kookaburras are neighbours and tranquility pervades the air, the natural artscape continues. Beguiling Northerly views to the Noosa North Shore and Hinterland are dappled through eucalypts and form an enviable backdrop.
"It's not every day you can wake up to the sound of nature," suggests Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Peter TeWhata. "This is solidly constructed, has great bones, and is an opportunity for a judicious investor, especially when you consider the location.
"The rare gem is tucked away in the serene cul-de-sac yet it's within walking distance to buzzy Noosa Junction with its plethora of trendy cafes and boutiques or in the opposite direction to sophisticated Hastings Street, Noosa's Main Beach and the world-famous Noosa National Park".