En­ter­tain­ers dream in the heart of Banora Point

Tweed Daily News - - REAL ESTATE - By AIS­LING BRENNAN AIS­LING.BRENNAN@TWEED­DAI­LYNEWS.COM.AU

THIS North-east fac­ing Banora Point prop­erty is an en­ter­tainer’s dream and of­fers plenty of space to host a barbecue dur­ing the sum­mer or a movie night on a cold win­ter’s evening.

Seller Brenda Cousins said the prop­erty of­fered plenty of space for when friends and fam­ily came to visit.

“It’s got a nice fam­ily feel and it’s al­ways been a house that’s been fan­tas­tic for en­ter­tain­ing,” Ms Cousins said.

“We’ve hosted fam­i­lies from Japan, Korea and Amer­ica be­cause we had the large sized home to do ev­ery­thing when some­one else couldn’t.

Ms Cousins said her favourite part of the house was the kitchen, which of­fered peace of mind when her chil­dren were play­ing out­side or swim­ming in the fully-fenced pool.

“Once the kids were a bit older, you could keep an eye over them in the pool from the kitchen,” she said.

The house of­fers many dif­fer­ent ar­eas to

en­ter­tain, in­clud­ing a large up­per bal­cony over­look­ing the pool or the spa­cious bil­liards room.

With two dif­fer­ent liv­ing ar­eas, in­clud­ing the sunken lounge room on the up­per level, the owner can re­lax in style with ducted air con­di­tion­ing through­out.

The house was care­fully de­signed to take ad­van­tage of the high an­gled ceil­ings while in­cor­po­rat­ing Syd­ney cor­nices and white plan­ta­tion shut­ters through­out.

The prop­erty also has a sixth room which would be ideal for cre­at­ing an­other guest room or a study.

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