Behold this rare 1930's high set beauty on riverside Hilton Esplanade with a northern outlook across the Noosa River's channel to the naturally vegetated Goat Island.
Seize the moment as opportunity knocks very loudly on the front door of this bright-white cared-for classic Queenslander. It has great bones and is located at arguably the hottest, most highly desirable riverside address.
The distinctive facade, with its typical enclosed verandah and translucent-paned casement windows, glisten in the midday sun as do the polished honey-coloured timber floors. The kitchen and bathroom are dinky, a detached outhouse could be a sleep-out and underneath the house is a laundry, workspace, storage for watercraft and parking.
A legacy from Queensland surveyor guidelines in the 1860's ensures the foreshore remains dedicated to public recreation also mature trees retained. After the Doonella Bridge opened, the western end was made into a cul-de-sac making this section of the esplanade a non-public thoroughfare. It also gave residents a sense of seclusion on their forever picturesque position along the river.
"The cute cottage is a hidden gem located on the southern end of the esplanade, so close to Gympie Terrace," comment Tom Offermann Real Estate agents Julie Bengtsson and Mal Cox.
"What to do is potentially a moveable feast for the buyers. Yes, sell the popular style timber cottage and start afresh, restore and lift up higher, extend and add a pool or land bank as the investment opportunity speaks only of enviable financial success for those who are fortunate to acquire such a premium slice of riverside real estate".