There is no compromise when it comes to knockout wide water views, and a striking contemporary residence, ingeniously designed by renowned architect Frank Macchia, in the finest street of the prized Noosa Waters estate.
First impressions count. A lush wide-arboured Poinciana makes an effective statement against the white facade, and sandstone underlines the cantilevered roof of the main entry with its solid timber door.
Inside, it is clear that sophistication, a by-word of Machia's idiosyncratic design and creative vision, is at play. Natural light, via lofty ceilings and banks of tall glass louvres, picks up the honey glow of the Tasmanian ash flooring also the pinkish hues of the curvaceous sandstone wall, and drenches the vestibule.
The wide hallway with rows of plantation shutters, on the glass-walled eastern side, seemingly wraps around the gleaming courtyard pool with its sun-worshipper's pavilion, water feature and undercover deck off the large study. This could be a fifth bedroom.
In the west wing is a guest bedroom, bathroom, laundry, and a media room with bespoke cabinetry.
Look ahead. 'Life is beautiful' goes next level indulgence, as well as the total width of the residence.
To the left with its sandstone feature wall is a living space which suggests sumptuous sofas are so at home. On the right of the open plan living space, ash timber floors shine and complement the furniture, while doors slide away to an undercover terrace poolside. The kitchen boasts custom joinery, premium appliances, a window servery, and Kauri-topped island bench/breakfast bar.
Now look beyond. The lines are blurred in a seamless fashion, thanks to timber-framed glass sliders, to the covered outdoor timber deck with barbeque facilities, making it more like an outdoor room where entertaining is a breeze.
Claiming the spotlight is understandably the northerly orientated waterfrontage with grass verge, a frangipani tree, gold cane palms, plus the revetment wall and long L-shaped jetty, which are gently lapped by clear water.
An elegant wide carpeted staircase curves through the void to the king master suite. It has every accoutrement and is almost akin to a luxurious hotel suite. There is a sitting area, a big balcony with those blissful northerly views over the waterways, a walk-in robe with plenty of space for a couple, plus every fashionista's dream, a dressing table. On-trend style continues in the large ensuite with terrazzo floors, marble vanities and a caulked timber-edge Japanese bath.
A gallery with plantation shutters along the side of the void, distances two addition bedrooms, a bathroom, and a central rumpus room.
Easy to imagine lunch on the deck whilst admiring the long water views to the north, kayaking around the waterways, sundowners on the jetty and boating enthusiasts accessing the upper reaches of the Noosa River with their private residents-only key to the lock and weir.
Just bring your boat, fishing gear and sunscreen. The rest is here.
"The location is second-to-none," enthuses Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Michael McComas."Walk to Gympie Terrace and along the Noosa River, and it's just a 3-minute drive to Noosa Main Beach.
"Noosa Waters is known nationally as one of Australia's premier housing estates because of its high calibre residences, award-winning designs and deep-water frontages. Pride of ownership is evident in the manicured gardens, streetscapes and parks and there's a definite prevailing overtone of community, family safety and security".