Hinterland hideaway awaits
WITH impressive views of the surrounding countryside and Mt Eerwah, this six-year-old country retreat sits on nearly 85 hectares of Sunshine Coast hinterland just 20 minutes’ drive from the beaches at Noosa.
Influences from homes in The Hamptons on Long Island, New York were used in the design of the main residence, which is set high on a lot covering 20.8 hectares.
The property is offered as one 84.98 hectare allotment consisting of three individual lots.
A private road winds through farm land past a 500-year-old white Fig tree to the homestead, which has European Oak parquetry flooring combined with 10 foot ceilings.
French doors are featured throughout the residence and windows with plantation shutters enhance the spacious and light-filled interior.
French doors with window louvres either side are within the main entry, which also provides access to a threecar garage with wine cellar and storage, and a nearby powder room.
Bi-fold windows and a breakfast bar in the kitchen have views to Mt Eerwah with the room boasting granite benchtops, timber cabinetry with soft close drawers, appliances including a double oven, a pantry and 750-bottle wine cellar.
Nearby is a laundry with outside access.
The kitchen looks to the formal dining area with a double-sided fireplace featuring hand-crafted Cooroy stone.
There is access to a covered veranda and views to Mt Eerwah and to a separate northeast-facing deck with a built-in barbecue and overlooking a 14 metre horizon edge lap pool.
The open-plan design flows to a formal living room also featuring the fireplace and access to the veranda and deck.
This section of the floorplan
is completed by a library with timber cabinetry and a window seat.
In a separate wing is a study, media room with carpet, a three-metre screen, projector and surround sound system, and three bedrooms each featuring access to the deck, carpet, a ceiling fan and an ensuite with a shower.
The impressive main bedroom is on the first floor and can be accessed via a lift as well as a timber staircase.
There is a large walk-in wardrobe including a sink and fridge, carpet flooring, a fireplace with marble surround and ensuite with a stand-alone bathtub, separate shower and double basins within a travertine block.
Additional features include ducted vacuum system, intercom, Back-tobase security system, multi-unit ducted airconditioning and 75,000-litre concrete rain water storage
A three-bedroom caretaker’s cottage is set on 23.5 hectares at the entrance to the main home.
There is also 40.8 hectares of vacant land which has been approved as a home site.
The property also features two permanent creeks, a dam, cattle yards and a massive storage shed including farm equipment.