What's not to love about an oasis of calm, nestled in botanical-style gardens with sublime sunsets on the large block, approximately 5-minutes via a walking track to Peregian Beach.
From the front garden with Pandanas and Poinsettias adorned with orchids, fringing the path to the entrance, all the hallmarks of the good life become clear. Lime-washed flooring flowing through to one of the many entertaining/living areas, sets the beachy mood which continues thanks to French doors opening on the northerly side to a long wide, very private timber deck.
A few steps down reveal the sun-drenched pool with Himalayan sandstone surrounds and potted citrus, set in one part of the professionally landscaped gardens with dry rock beds and meandering pathways, more a rainforest retreat. Also on this level are two large bedrooms which open to the deck, also a bathroom. Easy to see why family and friends love it here!
Upstairs with polished hardwood floors and bespoke pendants by glass and lighting designer Mark Douglas, is the main over-generous living/dining space and contemporary kitchen with black stone bench tops.
French doors open out to another private deck, this time along the length of the residence offering more entertaining options, panoramic hinterland views and best-ever sunsets. From the deck on the northern and easterly sides, it's easier to fully appreciate the unbelievable beauty and make-up of the established gardens with mangos, pawpaws, palms, quandongs, and rainforest trees. Koalas and goannas 'call' it a Garden of Eden and a trilling chorus from spangled drongos, kookaburras, tawny frogmouths and lorikeets is always welcome. Similarly, the sound of the rolling surf.
Sharing the magical views on the same level is a master bedroom, plus bathroom and two additional bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as an office.
"This residence exudes soulful character and just keeps on giving," remarks Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Tracy Russell, "and what's not to love about being on Nature's doorstep, in other words the National Park with a 5-minute walking track to the beach."