First impressions count for everything when you're standing in the sun-saturated, stone-walled courtyard beside the pool of this totally luxe town house, near the entrance of the world-famous Noosa National Park. It really is reminiscent of a glossy spread in the latest Vogue Living magazine.
Look around the terrace with classic Spanish limestone-look tiles, note how the doors are fully extended as you feast your eyes indoors to the lengthy open plan living spaces, which are drenched in natural light, thanks in part to banks of louvres.
Floor-to-ceiling tiles in the lounge and dining zone adhere to the cool natural albeit honey-themed palette, as do artworks, contemporary furniture, artefacts and feature pieces, such as the burnished copper statement pendant above the dining table.
The galley-style kitchen has a stone-topped island bench, brushed brass tapware, 2-pac cabinetry with integrated refrigerator, wine fridge and Bosch appliances.
Living spaces and loving life alfresco extend seamlessly to the north-facing rear terrace and private garden where entertaining is a breeze. The backdrop of clumping bamboo and Australian natives attract myriad bird life and the neighbouring eucalypt is the local koala's feast-of-choice. A private outdoor hot/cold shower, accessed via side gate, is perfect for swimmers and board riders returning from the beach and surf breaks.
Nearby is a laundry also a powder room with lava stone wall tiles.
Upstairs, romance is in the air. Two stunning bedrooms with VJ-profile sliding doors and brass fittings, have an ensuite with mirrored cabinetry, plus Spanish wall tiles and hexagonal-shaped feature tiles adding to the warm honey-toned aesthetic.
A balcony off each bedroom is ideal for sunning, sundowners or how about a touch of exotica with a bubble bath? Yes, there's a bath with a green privacy wall, on the side of one balcony.
"Whether a down-sizer, sea-changer or a very astute investor this outstanding townhouse in the second-to-none location of Little Cove, near the entrance to the Noosa National Park, has it all," enthuse Tom Offermann Real Estate agents Nic Hunter and Eric Seetoo. In addition, an idyllic climate and a town overflowing with natural assets turns holidaymakers into property buyers and it is not going to stop. Many of these buyers will just not compromise on having a Noosa Heads address
Facts & Features: Land size: 407m2 House size: 175m2 Side entrance to rear garden End townhouse complex of 3 Private hot/cold outdoor shower Powder room + laundry Kitchen: Bosch appliances, integrated fridge, wine fridge, plentiful storage Tapware: brushed brass throughout Aircon Security wired Walk: 3-mins to Noosa National Park, 5-mins to Little Cove Beach & 8-mins to Hastings Street Inventory included