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46 Seaview Terrace
Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia

Description

A generous yet serene sculpted form, fringed by evergreen frangipanis and enhanced by layers of clever timber and brise soleil features, evokes privacy and mystery, yet defines the wide streetscape.

Spectacular bespoke zinc-clad entry doors magically disappear divulging the pinnacle of design excellence. Lavish finishes include marble, mosaics and stupendous milky-white Venetian plaster walls and floors.

Infused in a masterpiece, commanding presence and explosive views of the Coral Sea, Sunshine Beach and beyond, there's a private path and a few footsteps to toes in the dazzling white sand.

Sitting on, and within the dune and viewing seaward, the sculpted H-form designed by architect John Burgess, is sumptuous, discreet, confident, intrinsic to passive sustainability and has spaces of varying scale and mood. Courtyards open to the sky and a pearlescent-shimmering glass-tiled infinity pool takes centre stage.

Living and loving the good life revolves around extensive open plan living spaces with unimpeded connections to the great outdoors including ocean views from most rooms. Natural light is tempered throughout, full height windows and even a custom-build bookcase/wall seemingly disappears 'on command' as do tallow wood sliding and bi-fold screens on the west-side.

A curvaceous white staircase is offset by an exceptional soft grey art piece, otherwise known as a chandelier. Upstairs keeps on giving with six enormous bedrooms also marble and mosaic-tiled bathrooms. The amazingly luxe master suite has a dressing room, private deck and of course wide views of the beach, ocean and coastline.

A private garden-level wing off the house which spills onto the lawn and beach pathway has myriad uses including an additional office, music room or guest suite.

"Living in one of the best residences in the front row of a privileged location with nothing but the sand and sea in front, really is the ultimate prize," remarks Tom Offermann. "Mix your fitness with pleasure walking to Noosa Heads via Alexandria Bay in the Noosa National Park, similarly vibrant Sunshine Beach village with its nationally known restaurants, cafes and bars."

46 Seaview Terrace Sunshine Beach Noosa
Bedrooms 7 | Bathrooms 5 | Garaging 3| Pool

Facts & Features:
Land size: 1283m2
House size: 1031m2
Beach frontage: 28m
Pool: 12.3m x 4.3m + spa
Architect: John Burgess
Garaging: 3 + 3 off street parking
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 5 with underfloor heating + 2 powder rooms
Home theatre, study, media room
Wine room: incl climate-controlled cellar
Kitchen: Boffi, Miele appliances, Corian bench tops, study space + 2 butlers/prep/storage areas
Beach gate house, office or guest room + surfboard store
Security: keypad
Solar hot water system
Rainwater tank: 100,000L underground

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