Morning sun makes its way down a long waterway to the private jetty and upper level main bedroom of this Noosa Waters waterfront residence. A grand atrium entry rises behind street side gardens of golden penda, flowering shrubs and clumping palm, with a short driveway to an automatic door double garage with internal access.
Positioned directly across from a pretty waterfront park, the home is oriented to accept eastern sun and north light across a series of lower floor living rooms, paved brick courtyards and tiled edge pool with wall mounted water feature. A central staircase climbs and turns through a void to the height of a lofty terracotta tiled roof and double overhead ceilings run down one wing. Maintained in original order, decorative cornices, clerestory windows, four separate air conditioning units and ducted vacuum indicate this absolute waterfront residence was not built on a budget, while solid rendered block construction with granocite finish has stood the test of time.
A versatile downstairs bedroom office alongside the northern courtyard has direct access to a full bathroom and interconnected living and dining areas focus on a full width stretch of grass and long water views. A central kitchen has two-pak finish to cupboards, double sinks, wall mounted oven and electric cook top.
This a versatile and very generously proportioned house. There are four bedrooms upstairs and a main bathroom. The main bedroom has walk in robes, a floor to ceiling tiled ensuite with spa bath, double vanities and a private stainless steel rigged balcony overlooking the water. The upper floor is fully carpeted and the garden level is tiled with brick paving in courtyards. There is plenty of scope to carry out improvements and re-configure spaces to suit.
A fixed timber jetty and palms edging a lush patch of grass above the waterline provides the ideal spot to enjoy a leisurely lunch or sunset drink after a day by the pool or out on the water. One of the distinct advantages of the Noosa Waters lifestyle is the residents only use lock system with access to the main arm of the Noosa River alongside the yacht club.