The 1950’s lines of the home and proximity to the beach are what immediately attracted the owners to their gorgeous coastal cottage. It’s a real beach house. They just don’t make them like this anymore, and it’s so quiet at night you can hear the palm trees growing they tease.
With its touches of happy red, artful mix of contemporary finishes and retro pieces and choice of idyllic spots for enjoying a meal, reading or just lounging around, this cheery home stirs up a holiday feel all day every day.
It isn’t just stylish the house is practical too. Desirable details include:
Sliding doors opening out to decks and patios for cross flow ventilation
Glass and timber interior doors allowing light to penetrate without sacrificing privacy or style
Sheltered patios and decks for enjoying Noosa’s magic weather 24/7
Custom designed kitchen and bathrooms
Formal dining area opening onto a small deck overlooking the garden and Pandanus Palms
A wood burning fireplace that adds charm and keeps the home cosy in winter
Master bedroom with ensuite, privacy glass windows and doors opening onto the verandah
Separate laundry opening out to drying area
No need for air conditioning here. Crimsafe screens on doors and windows allow sea breezes to flow uninterrupted throughout. After all, the ocean is only a little over 750 metres away
Separate laundry opening out to sheltered drying area
676sq metres fully fenced site, landscaped gardens
Low maintenance construction, a practical floor plan and easy care gardens mean the owners have ample leisure time to cycle, surf and walk their beloved dogs on the golden sand of pet-friendly Sunrise Beach.
Where is this beachside sanctuary?
In a small cul de sac, just a 5-10 minute walk to the beach.
With Noosa National Park and magnificent nature walks just metres away; a reserve for the rare Black Cockatoo nearby; bike paths to Peregian Beach and Noosaville and a local park with children’s playground across the street, it really is a little piece of beachside paradise in Noosa.