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Home delivers on many levels

POISED on a hill in the Noosa hinterland, this plantation home combines skilful construction with premium appointments to deliver two spacious levels.

The home stands on an elevated 732sq m block with majestic views of the Cooroy Mountain.

The contemporary lounge room brings in the hinterland views and a magnificent dining area showcasing low maintenance gardens. The modern kitchen features quartz benchtops, gas cooktop and large pantry.

Lower level living has separate study and media room. Upper level features four additional bedrooms and private retreat, whilst clever placement of windows frame views of the Cooroy Mountain.

The striking master bedroom has a walk-in robe and chic ensuite.

Additional features include solar heating, air-conditioning, double lock-up garage and ample storage.

The home is engrossed by hinterland surrounds in a peaceful setting, positioned close to parks, playgrounds and the boutique Eumundi Village.

EUMUNDI

12 Viv Hull Ave

4+ Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Near-new home with hinterland views, on elevated 732sq m, solar heating, air-conditioning, double lock-up garage

Price: Auction on site Saturday, June 24, at 10am

Agent: Melanie Primmer and Andrew Hedley at McGrath Estate Agents

Contact: 0448 966 867, 0410 551 554

Inspection: Saturday, Wednesday 12-12.30pm June 10, 14

Topics:  auction eumundi for sale investment lifestyle mcgrath estate agents noosa hinterland property sunshine coast


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