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SOLD by R&W Noosa - THE ACQUISITION OF LIVING ART

SOLD

19 The Promontory, Noosa Waters, Queensland

SOLD by R&W Noosa - THE ACQUISITION OF LIVING ART

See what sold feels like! R&W achieves the price your property deserves.

Auction In rooms Sheraton Noosa Resort 16 January 2014 from 4pm

Those familiar with Noosa based architect Frank Macchia and his impressive body of work recognize the artful approach to each and every one of his masterful creations. This is bespoke architecture at its very finest. Leave your notions of residential properties at the handsome carved metal gate, marvel at the sheer boldness of the build and rejoice in the deft mix of deeply stained timbers, slate, glass and stone, confidently dressing the home at the intercom curved walled entry and continuing right to the tip of a one off timber jetty. From the wonderful privacy of an under the stars rooftop terrace to reflective Zen courtyards, this extraordinary waterfront home celebrates a consummate blend of exotic materials.

A twenty five metre boundary hugging lap pool travels under dappled shade of native frangipani, while the waterfront setting welcoming you under the canopy of a glorious Royal Poinciana seems lifted from the pages of an international travel magazine. Granite climbs tall columns and exotic plants thrive in tubs of steel and concrete, while book leaf slate walls and the patina of deeply stained timber reflect the robust nature of the build. Light from the northern aspect is diffused by translucent roof panels and a waffle pattern timber frame commanding the waterfront elevation. Vaulted ceilings run the length of a north south roofline and the track of the sun creates a micro-climate.

A stand alone studio or guest wing faces down the lap pool, with courtyard bedrooms drifting past private lounges and a strong visual connection to the pool. The northern wall of an upper floor bedroom suite is encased by floor to ceiling adjustable timber louvres with an inspiring outlook over living areas and waterfront terraces. An external staircase links to the pool and a recuperative soak in the Japanese bath has a line of sight view of the cinema lounge. A sleek galley kitchen with Corian bench tops and top of the line integrated appliances connects directly to a stainless well equipped outdoor kitchen. The intimate connection to the waterfront and striking faA┬žade to the landscaped boulevard set the stage for this undisputed star of the show.

The Promontory is one of the most sought after streets in Noosa Waters, with this North - East facing property, you achieve the best house, in the best street. A soothingly quiet cul-de-sac that is centrally located and so close to Noosa Main Beach, the National Park, the Noosa River and a short stroll to award winning restaurants on Gympie Terrace. There is also the added benefit of quick boat access to the Noosa River through a secure lock.

Features: architect Frank Macchia, 962 square metre waterfront allotment, jetty, studio/guest wing, lush courtyard gardens, 25 metre lap pool, ducted air-conditioning, powder room, cinema lounge, office, bespoke timber joinery, Zen courtyards, large garage/storage, cocktail bar, five minutes to Noosa Heads, security lock access to the Noosa River.


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Features

General Features

  • Bedroom: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Garaging: 2
  • Land Size: 962 m2 (approx)

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Last updated: 22nd August 2014

Summary

Property Type
House
Contract Type
Sold
Location
 Noosa Waters
State
 Queensland
Price
SOLD
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
4
Carspaces
2
Land Size
962 m2 (approx)

Going to auction

Thursday, 1st January
10:00am

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Agency

Richardson and Wrench Noosa

Contact

Shane McCauley
Peter Butt

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