CHANNELING iconic elegance and enriched with invocative warmth true of her heritage, this rustic beauty sits resplendent as a rose in the heartland of picturesque, fertile property.
Passing a gorgeous, self-contained guest home situated at the front of the property done in complementary style with a contemporary influence, the meticulously-kept façade of the main home awaits at the end of a verdant treed drive down.
Making her address in the sun-kissed realms of an idyllic position, a colour palette of cool navy blue and soft, cloud white detailing echoes the sky above and adds a clean sense of drama to the surrounding views and landscape.
Privy to mesmerizing vistas from Mt Cooroy to Eerwah to North Maroochy River, deep timber decks wraparound two sides of this 1930s Queenslander.
Of the 4.14ha (10acres) the usable land encompasses, these valley views extend across a large and beautiful dam - supplying ample water to reticulate several areas of the garden - an abundance of fruit trees, lush flora, and generous, gentle acreage that would be wonderful for horses, with space and seclusion ensuring an ideal situation for dressage arenas and stables.
Adorned with a lined ceiling and exposed framework on the wide verandahs, this north-east to north-west outlook is a gorgeous welcome to the attractive entry through a leadlight front door.
Around the home, French doors continue in similar style, opening off onto the verandah in a lovely fashion.
Within, hardwood floors, elevated ceilings, a hearty fireplace and coloured glass in the charming casement windows blend together for an eclectic feel and evocative mood.
A sparkling chandelier hangs in pendant beauty atop the central living, dining and kitchen area.
Gazing out through a length of casement windows across the valley, the kitchen is an original delight of bright, cream-white cabinetry, with timber floors and benchtops, Simpson gas cooktop and oven, plus a dishwasher.
A shift to the left reveals a laundry and powder room sitting nestled to the rear of the home. Blossoming off toward the right, a gentle return to the open living area finds this hallway extending open into a collection of endearing, elegant bedrooms.
While all garner a gorgeous plethora of valley to mountain views and come with built-ins, the master bedroom sits to the north-west, where French doors pour out on to the verandah, delivering a direct Mt Eeerwah outlook.
To the right, the ensuite is a fanciful dream of rich timber floors, decadent clawfoot bath plus hand shower, while a dresser-style vanity is a decorative delicacy of leadlight doors, central timber cupboard and built-in vanity. An additional bedroom or office opens to the front verandah, where a quaint outdoor window seat is a sweet place to settle in the sunshine.
4 Bed, 2 Bath, 3 Car
Features: 1930s Queenslander home plus a private, fully self-contained guest house, both settled amongst 4.14ha of gentle acreage perfect for horses with large dam, established fruit trees of many varieties, views from Mt Cooroy, Mt Eerwah, North Maroochy River, five minutes to Eumundi and close to Noosa Heads
Where: 236 Seib Road
Agent: Kess Prior and Kirsten von Homeyer of hinternoosa.com.au
Contact: 0404 344 399
Domain ID: 2009754760
Inspection: 11am - 12 Saturday
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