Getting back to nature

STEP inside this two-level beach-style home and be surprised. It is entirely different to what you might expect.

Thoughtfully planned and stylishly finished, it offers 371sq m of entertainer or family living in a serene setting bordering bushland reserve.

Nestled among low-maintenance native gardens at the end of this up-and-coming precinct, the house is about two or three years old.

An atrium foyer is highlighted by a timber staircase with stainless steel and timber rails. To the right is a study with louvre windows looking to the entry deck.

With high ceilings and tiled right through to the living area and kitchen for easy care in a beach environment, there is a relaxed feel as well as the benefit of natural light, ventilation and ducted air-conditioning. Beautifully presented, a picture window and louvre windows look out to the swimming pool in the north.

Caesarstone benchtops are in the kitchen which comes with a Westinghouse 900mm oven and gas top, Electrolux stainless steel dishwasher and a very serious butlers pantry containing a double sink as well as extra fridge space.

Stainless steel ceiling fans are in the living area with two sets of sliding doors open to the pool deck and alfresco dining pavilion. Wrapping right around to the west, the deck looks out on to the bushland and well-kept vegie gardens. A powder room is off the living area while left of entry is a fourth bedroom with access to the westerly deck.

Timber flooring is in the main bedroom which comes with ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and deck access. From the laundry, there are six steps down to a three-car garage.

Upstairs is carpeted, with three bedrooms and a central bathroom. It comes with frameless glass on the step-in shower and a glass-topped vanity with two-pac cabinetry in steel grey. The guest bedroom has access to a north-west facing deck which gives glimpses back to the northern end of the Blackall Range.

More of a family and entertaining home than expected, the property has very liveable outdoors. Surrounded by native trees, birds and wildlife, this home was designed to be as close to nature as possible.

With the natural bushland as your backyard, this beautiful home offers contemporary living which is perfectly complemented by all the wonderful benefits of its natural surroundings.


Noosa Heads

20 Grosvenor Terrace

5 Bed, 2+ Bath, 3 Car

Features: Entertainer or family home on 1123sq m with pool, butler's pantry, ducted air-conditioning. Backing on to nature reserve

Price: Auction on site Saturday, September 8, at 3pm

Agents: Sam Plummer and Karen Bester at Dowling & Neylan

Contact: 0412 585 494, 0411 166 680

Inspection: From 2pm Saturday, September 1


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