Boasting mesmerizing views this contemporary home captures the essence of living within stunning surroundings.

Designed by leading Noosa Springs architect, Peter Hull, and built by master builder Chris Smith, Landscape Artist Arno King achieved the vision. Privacy, Entertainment linking yet differentiating interior and exterior spaces. There is a soft and fresh colour palette throughout. Staying true to the theme every room takes advantage of the viewpoints.

The Design Vision team prepared a colour palette board, taking inspiration from the natural elements on the site. The result is a mixture of cool greys and warm taupes featured prominently throughout the dwelling.

Floor to ceiling windows are present in almost every room, taking advantage of the views and flooding the home with an abundance of natural light.

The kitchen features Caesarstone latte benchtops with a taupe-coloured glass splashback.

The master bedroom has two exquisite ensuite bathrooms (his and hers) all with underfloor heating. Two guest bedrooms share a beautiful bathroom.

There is also a guest studio suite.

The media/entertainment room features a fireplace and is affectionately referred to as the winter room. The living room has glass doors which disappear into the cavity and opens up to the view, it is referred to as the summer room. Electric shutters and blinds together with an opening roof enables more control of temperature and light.

The dining and lounge areas are expansive.

The entire ground floor has underfloor heating

Landscaping is as beautiful and lush as one could imagine.

Double garage with separate garage for golf buggy.

Property Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Pool
  • Built-ins
  • Dishwasher
  • Secure Parking
  • Study


Type Sale
Price 3,200,000
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 5
Car Spaces 3
Floor Area 660 m2

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