If you're unable to resist the leafy surrounds of Australia's most popular national park, mesmerising beach and water vistas, seeing whales breach and catching perfect surf breaks in unspoiled Alexandria Bay, you'll love Noosa's Little Cove, which is a short stroll to sophisticated Hastings Street.
The definitive complement, in arguably the best street, is a multi-level contemporary home with varying filtered nature-scapes from the terraces, decks and the most impressive of course being from the roof-top. There's an emphasis on privacy and the only intrusions are naturally birdsong, waves crashing and maybe neighbouring koalas.
Walk through the Provence-style courtyard, into the striking side entrance and foyer. The sense of serenity which pervades throughout is enhanced by the quality of natural light and connections with architectural aesthetics, lofty ceiling heights and banks of glass louvres.
The dining space can be extended to include two terraces and a courtyard where a stunning piece of sculpture takes centre stage. Plus there's a servery window from the kitchen which has Miele appliances.
To the left, accessed by a hallway or courtyards, is an over-generous living space. There are sliders on two sides with one in the rear of the palm-fringed garden revealing an under-roof terrace and pool. Just the spot for barbeques.
Upstairs, the large round spa in the master suite looks out to an enclosed balcony and is evocative of memorable holidays. Two additional bedrooms share a family-size bathroom.
The top floor is given over in its entirety to a massive terrace. A must space for sun-worshippers, sunset drinks, after a big day catching waves, lolling on Little Cove Beach or shopping.
"This is an exciting chance for an enterprising buyer to secure a well-priced property," says Tom Offermann Real Estate's Eric Seetoo. "It encapsulates the Noosa lifestyle beautifully and the prestigious Little Cove location, near the entrance to the Noosa National Park is second-to-none."