There is a sense of anticipation and surprise the moment you step through the keypad security gate and enter this oasis of calm and light. Amidst the sway of exotic palms and towering bamboo you are transported to the island of your dreams. A life-size Buddha smiles serenely over the length of a beautifully designed fish pond running parallel to the north facing timber deck. A large pivoting timber door swings wide to reveal wonderfully open spaces under soaring ceilings and walls interspersed by fixed glass panels and lofty adjustable louvres.
Large banks of glass bi-fold doors peel away to the north and south elevations, while a central breezeway of timber decking draws your eye to the coped tile edge of a very inviting eleven metre pool ideal for a few laps and perfect for lazy summer days. Brilliant flowering heliconia and lush Rhapis palm shoulder a dinner table ready to seat ten or entertain a rollicking get together of thirty.
A deep petrel shade in cupboards and bench tops is reflected in the stainless backsplash of a well set out kitchen with large five burner gas and electric range, open servery, dishwasher and plenty of cupboard and preparation space to suit the budding home chef.
There is internal access from a large automatic door garage with a recessed nook perfect for the boards, bikes and scooter. A great feature is a checker plate metal hatch in the garage floor with steps down to a large head height concrete cellar perfect for storing your favourite vintage. The design of this pavilion home delivers a delightful separation to bedroom wings, whilst maintaining easy access to the full width deck and the solid timbers pillars of a pavilion set up with refrigeration and built in lounging facing down the length of the pool.
The main bedroom is a haven of tranquillity, with twin rainwater showerheads in a large ensuite, French doors to the deck and concertina door cupboards featured uniformly throughout the house. A private office/4th bedroom, with side access would meet the requirements of a home based professional person. In the other wing two further built-in bedrooms share a two-way bathroom and there is a powder room nearby.
A level walk to transport, schools, Noosa public hospital, professional services and the vibrant mix of new hospitality venues flourishing in the Noosaville industrial estate. Just a few minutes from your front door you can drop the boat in at the Tewantin ramp. This uniquely styled pavilion residence provides residents and guests with private bedroom wings along each boundary, passive ventilation and fabulous open spaces engineered to blur the delineation between indoor and outdoor living.