Tidy gardens and a neat white trim create a charming introduction to this delightful residence in the heart of Sunrise Beach.
Within is a successful coalescence of traditional design meeting contemporary needs and a floor plan with room for everybody to find a little space of their own.
Visitors to 19 Boxsell Rise are welcomed into an inviting entry foyer. Opposite is the light-filled study or 4th bedroom, filled with travel treasures and books.
Nearby, the formal living and dining room is a peaceful space for family to relax in inviting armchairs and enjoy special occasion meals.
Beautiful parquetry floors are a feature of each of the 3 large bedrooms and study. The master bedroom also has the convenience of an ensuite and walk-in robe.
The kitchen has always been the core of the home. Designed and installed by one of Queensland’s finest cabinetmakers, the white, streamlined kitchen with its easy-care Caesar stone bench tops, quality appointments and soft-touch drawers, is a dream space.
From its central position one can gather fresh herbs for the table, watch the children at play in the garden or supervise them completing homework assignments in the family room.
Situated at the rear of the home are the informal family room/casual meals area and sheltered outdoor entertaining patio where the family would spend most of their time when the children were growing up.
Walls of storage in the hallway and more of the same in the laundry mean there is always space to stow gear.
The extra large garage has a workshop and a number of storage cupboards.
Just in case you need more storage, there is also a garden shed.
Off street parking for a boat or van has to be a bonus.
The owners have make every effort to minimise the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOC) * in and around the home.
Their first choice has always been to use environmentally friendly/natural materials. For example:
Walls etc are painted and decorated in low VOC materials
Floors are either hard wearing Blackbutt parquetry (oiled not lacquered) or,
Tiled for ease of maintenance – sensible options when living at the beach.
Most cabinets are built of solid wood. Those that aren’t have low VOC content.
Other sound ecological features include:
Plasma split system inverter air conditioner
R6.4 triple roof insulation (safety certificate available)
3000 litre rain water tank
While it will not be immediately obvious, this home has other features the new owner will be pleased to find:
Extra wide guttering for the heavy summer downpours
Gutter guard to reduce the chance of blockage caused by leaf drop
A Vetner attic ladder in the garage and the fluro light in the roof cavity so all that unused space between the ceiling and the roof can be utilised and accessed night and day
The single level, brick and tile construction and easy-care gardens (with watering system), make the property almost maintenance-free so you can spend more time doing what you like best
Being only a 10 minute stroll to the beach at most, and about a 15 minute walk to Noosa’s major sporting centres, it’s close enough to go for a surf or a training session before and after school or work. Moreover, the local schools, shops, pharmacy, medical & dental surgeries, and Noosa’s Aquatic and Tennis Centres are all within walking distance while Noosa Junction and Hastings Street are only a 4- 5 minute drive.
For an appointment to view this inviting home, contact Deni Castle 0419 627 767.
*Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals. Numerous, varied, and ubiquitous, some VOCs are dangerous to human health or cause harm to the environment.