A peaceful lifestyle awaits

A MAGNIFICENT location, this spacious, light-filled, airy home is just the perfect country getaway, offering a versatile and open floor plan and numerous living spaces and areas designed to just sit and soak up the captivating ocean and valley views.

The perfect aspect, north east, you enjoy the beautiful natural light that streams into the living areas and main bedroom.

The majestic entrance is complemented by the private, remote gated entry and the long driveway which is lined with large, established mango trees leading you down to the house. Situated perfectly and elevated on the block to capture the breezes.

This hinterland gem is the perfect manageable sized block offering 3734sq m fully fenced allotment which is already fully landscaped and offers some beautiful established trees.

There is a near new great covered outdoor entertaining deck which enjoys the views down to Noosa and also enjoys a Mt Tinbeerwah Lookout view also.

You also enjoy a gentle breeze that comes up the valley which is cooling for the summer months. Close up the windows in winter and light up the log fire which warms the entire house.

An unbeatable position - being only 10 minutes from Noosa River, this peaceful country lifestyle awaits. Surrounded by quality homes this is one of those stunning prized position.



20 Tinbeerwah Road

4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Car, Pool

Features: Beautiful views to Noosa, perfect north-east aspect. Just under an acre of useable land.

Price: $939,000

Agent: Tracy Russell at Tom Offermann Real Estate

Contact: 0413 319 879

Inspection: Saturday 1-1.30pm January 6

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