From the moment you pull up outside this property, the vibe is good. The attractive fencing opens up to manicured gardens where the house appears in all its glory, with that perfect north easterly aspect for year-round light and winter warmth. French doors thrown open on two levels and wide front steps draw you up and in, giving a stately, welcoming feel to your arrival.
Built in 1994, the house has been recently renovated, top to bottom, with attention to detail and impeccable quality throughout.
The master bedroom, with louvres galore and french doors opening to the deep verandah, comes with walk-in robe and a classy ensuite with large frameless shower and a sink wide enough for two.
The second bedroom is no slouch, also with a large walk-in robe, french doors, and soft carpet underfoot.
Past the modern powder room and the study with built-in L-shaped Tassie oak desk, you emerge into the stunning spacious kitchen. Nothing has been compromised here - grey Caesarstone bench tops with generous waterfall edge on the island, white cabinetry and subway tiles, gas cooktop and modern lighting fixtures. Best of all is the butler's pantry - at last, goodbye clutter, hello order.
The scale of the kitchen space is matched by that of the dining area where winter dinner parties beckon. But this is Queensland and this home knows it - as well as airy glass louvres, two large sliding glass doors allow your guests to spill out onto the sizeable covered deck overlooking the rear gardens with 11-metre alkaline pool and spa, pizza oven and fire pit. Your hardest decision will be whether to entertain inside, on the upstairs deck or poolside.
Downstairs offers a multitude of options for overnight guests, teen quarters, or even Airbnb. Three bedrooms, all with built-ins, a full bathroom with bathtub and sleek tiling, a spacious lounge room with gas heater, a study nook, laundry, storage - it's all here and it's all shipshape.
The undercover concrete patio leads to the pool deck and the flat, grassy garden is long enough for a golf putt.
As well as a double carport, there's a 6-car shed with electric roller doors and a small mezzanine offering oodles of storage space.
A final surprise is the separate air-conditioned room which you could use as an office, study or massage studio.
This is a wonderful environment for kids to grow up in, with adventures to be had without straying beyond the fence. You are only a stones throw to Noosa's beaches, but be warned, you may find that you never want to leave home.
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