A Hidden Treasure You Can Count On at Noosa Banks
Be lured by affordability yet live the dream with a hidden treasure you can count on in the prestige small acreage estate of Noosa Banks.
Forging an inspired and functional design in a sanctuary setting with platypus in the creek at the rear national park boundary, abundant birdlife also kangaroos sunning themselves in the front garden, Ken Robinson's design is sympathetic to the environment and the needs of a tree-change or growing family wanting to be close to nature as well as the community.
The long and large, high-ceilinged L-shaped house, is reminiscent of the ranch-style, however with a perfect north-west orientation, reserves a nod to a Queenslander, especially the polished Blackbutt timber floors. A wide-open layout, which includes the kitchen and breakfast bar, is all about casual living and dining indoors and out, thanks to sliders opening to the verandah, looking to the resort-style pool below and beyond to the extensive landscaping and treed backdrop.
In the north wing are four large bedrooms, which all have sliding doors out to the extension of the verandah from the living areas. In the key position at the end is the generous-sized master suite with a bathroom, separate toilet and walk-in-robe. On the opposite side of the hallway from bedrooms one, two and three, is a family size bathroom and two inviting undercover atriums or zen spaces for meditation, yoga or quiet time. The laundry has a drying deck.
The focus of summer living is in and around the pool. Water toys can be stored under the house where there's a separate toilet. The perfect spot for family barbeques and kid's birthday parties is in the spacious gazebo, which has a fan, is fully wired for lighting and sound, and is set amongst fruit trees as well as eucalypts where you just might spot a koala.
"This family home on 4332m2, beautifully sited at the end of a cul-de-sac is paradise found," enthuses Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Robyn Reid, who's taking the property to auction on Saturday 20 October. "It's totally quiet and private, backs onto the national park, has a walkway to the Noosa River and the Moorindal Street ferry, the Cooroibah Creek Park jetty is nearby and so too is the vibrant town of Tewantin.
"For tree-changers looking for hidden treasure, this is utopia - Noosa-style".
Facts & Features:
Land size: 4332m2
Floor area: 215m2
End of cul-de-sac position
Rear access on 2 sides
Fruit & nut trees
Triple garage suits home business
Abundant storage in/under house
Toilet under house
Stainless steel gutter mesh
Water supplies throughout gardens
Cooroibah Creek Park and Jetty nearby
Fire break walkway to Noosa River & Moorindil St ferry
To the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, this web site and the materials are provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis. LuxuryRealEstate.com expressly disclaims all warranties of any kind, whether expressed, implied, or statutory including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. We do not warrant that this web site or the materials are completely error free, will operate without interruption, are compatible with all equipment and software configurations, free of viruses, errors, or other harmful components, or will otherwise meet your needs.