THERE are nice homes, luxury homes and then there's this home.
Even Tom Offerman, who's been selling homes on the Sunshine Coast for quite a few years, says he's only ever offered a handful like 29 The Peninsular, Noosa Heads.
When he starts talking about six bedrooms and eight bathrooms on a 2600sqm waterfront block, you know it's big.
When he says it's 4km from Hastings St in the Noosa Waters precinct, you know it's a great location.
But when he throws in a 20-seat cinema, Roman bath and fully-equipped gym, you know he's right when he uses terms like "resort-style living” and "iconic”.
"Essentially, this a residential resort,” Mr Offerman says.
"There's a flood-lit tennis court, games room, cinema, gymnasium, beauty therapy room and a self-contained apartment for caretakers or nannies, with separate access from the street.
"Among the unique features are the fact the master bedroom has dual ensuites and a large, central jacuzzi as well as a study.
"Each of the eight bathrooms has a bidet and it not only has a lap pool with water features and fountains but an additional pool which is like a Roman spa.”
The original design concept was created by well-known Noosa architect Frank Maccia and has special emphasis on natural light, privacy, space and a relaxed, luxurious lifestyle.
The quality of the finish is also immaculate.
"The owners are Europeans and when they built the property they imported container-loads of high-end fittings and tiles,” Mr Offerman says.
"I've only offered a handful of properties of this calibre during my career, so it is something very special.”
Despite the owners looking for offers over $4.7million, Mr Offerman said there had been "enormous interest” in the home.
"We feel a sale is very imminent,” he said.
"It's likely the buyer will be a family-oriented couple with lots of children or grandchildren and there is even a possibility it will be a second home for out-of-town buyers.”
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