Mediter­ranean feel in Noosa

The Courier-Mail - Property - - Coastal&regional - Krys­tal Hansen

TEX­TURED ren­dered walls and ex­posed ceil­ing beams give this Noosav­ille home a Mediter­ranean feel on the Sun­shine Coast.

The split-level, two-storey home is on Noosa Sound and boasts its own pon­toon and ac­cess to the slip­way where res­i­dents can moor their boat.

Over­look­ing the wa­ter is the rear deck which is framed by man­i­cured hedges and vines en­cas­ing the sup­port beams.

In­side, tim­ber floors, arched door­ways, slanted tim­ber ceil­ings and a slop­ing ren­dered stair­case con­tinue the north­ern Mediter­ranean aes­thetic.

The for­mal lounge and din­ing area opens to the deck and boasts tim­ber floors.

Down to the sunken ca­sual liv­ing and din­ing area are more ex­am­ples of the arched door­ways and ex­posed tim­ber beams, with ac­cess to a tiled pa­tio out­side.

The kitchen is off this area and fea­tures mod­ern fix­tures and a view of the wa­ter.

Two of the three bed­rooms are also on this level and both fea­ture built-in wardrobes and share ac­cess to the main bath­room with shower.

At the top of the stair­case is a sitting area that feeds into the main bed­room, which fea­tures a walk­through wardrobe and ensuite with shower.

The home is also close to sandy beaches, but with its own swim­ming pool res­i­dents won’t need to travel far to cool off in the sum­mer heat.

Pop­u­lar Hast­ings Street and Gympie Ter­race are also a short walk away and are known for their restau­rants, cafes and shop­ping.

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