Paradise found

NO, it's not the new Noosa - but it is a lot like the old Noosa.

Agnes Water and the Town of 1770 are what Noosa and Tewantin used to be like back in the day. And Naroonie is the perfect mix of the old and the new.

An award-winning Master Builders home set right on the front looking into Honeymoon Bay, Naroonie was built as the ultimate in luxury beach shack.

As one of only six homes in The Rocky Point Estate, Naroonie is right on The Discovery Coast just north of Bundaberg on the edge of the beautiful Deepwater National Park.

The home was a collaboration between owner, architect and master builder as to what an exclusive beach shack should be.

With hardwood timber lime-washed floors and modern weatherproof cladding, decks and viewing balconies, tinted windows and ocean and beach views from every eastern room it is a spectacular position above the beach.

Around the headland is a long sand-bottomed point for surfers looking for the next Noosa-like point break. The only thing missing is the crowd.

About five kilometres down Springs Rd is the little township of Agnes Water, with everything you need, with no queues or waiting, and a few kilometres further on is the safe anchorage and beautiful estuary of 1770.

Surfing at Agnes and fishing and boating at 1770, with the closest boat ramps and access to the southern Great Barrier Reef.

Paradise found.

NAROONIE, ROCKY POINT, AGNES WATER

4 bed

3 bath

4 car

Pool

Agent: David Perez of Villa Prestige Properties

Contact: 0427 378 600

Features: Exclusive beachfront position. Ocean and beach views from every eastern room. Lime-washed hardwood timber floors, decks and viewing balconies

Price: $2.6m-plus

Inspection: By appointment


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