High qual­ity home at Banora.

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

THIS four-bed­room Banora Point prop­erty is the per­fect place to re­treat from the busy day-to-day liv­ing.

Seller Tony Vas­sallo said he found sit­ting on the up­stairs bal­cony in the early morn­ing look­ing out at the spec­tac­u­lar views of the ocean and river to be the ideal way to de-stress be­fore start­ing his day.

“That’s the place where ev­ery morn­ing we have a cof­fee and just sit and en­joy the view,” Mr Vas­sallo said.

“It’s a nice way to start the day.”

The large fam­ily home fea­tures three dif­fer­ent lev­els to en­ter­tain, re­lax and en­joy the spa­cious liv­ing ar­eas.

The main bed­room is lo­cated on the mid­dle en­trance level and of­fers walk-in robes, en suite and its own pri­vate bal­cony, which cap­tures the amaz­ing sur­round­ing views.

Also lo­cated on this level is the main bath­room with his and hers basins and two other bed­rooms which fea­ture new car­pet, built-in wardrobes and ceil­ing fans.

The fourth bed­room is on the lower level and can be used as a fam­ily room or guest res­i­dence along­side an­other bath­room and util­ity area.

The large gourmet kitchen is on the top level and fea­tures a chrome tiled splash-back, Cae­sar stone bench-tops and stain­less steel ap­pli­ances.

For some­thing a lit­tle more spe­cial, the prop­erty also pro­vides di­rect ac­cess to the river be­low with a pri­vate rain­for­est walk­way through coun­cil re­serve lead­ing to the per­fect spot to go fish­ing or kayak­ing from the jetty.

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14, 2017

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