Class flows from canal beauty
WITH 40m of water frontage on two separate titles, this north-facing residence in the desirable Noosa Waters enclave offers a lifestyle of distinction.
Built by the Paul Clout Design team, the four-bedroom house on 1600sq m not only overlooks the canal, but an expansive outdoor space incorporating an established yard and a 25m infinity edge magnesium pool, heated spa and swim-up bar with a service area and submerged stools.
A jetty runs off the eastern end of the property, providing mooring for a large boat and serviced by water and power.
On entry to the lower level of the residence a curved hallway with walls of glass opens through timber framed glass stacker doors to a central patio with a pond and frangipani tree.
From the patio, four more sets of stacker doors provide access to a front living room as well as a rear combined kitchen and dining space and a formal lounge with gas fireplace.
Three more sets of stacker doors then open to a rear deck and covered patio looking to the pool and canal.
The house’s clever use of glass allows for plenty of natural light and cooling breezes, with the design also taking advantage of the winter sun from its north aspect.
High ceilings and polished hardwood floors, along with a suite of quality appliances and stone bench tops in the kitchen, further accentuate the level, which is rounded out by an office, bathroom, laundry and double garage.
Upstairs, reached via a marble stone staircase, comprises the sleeping quarters and another bathroom.
At the rear of the level is the main bedroom, which has electric blinds, stacker doors to a private terrace and an ensuite with a spa bath and separate shower.
The three other bedrooms also feature private balconies, as well as built-in wardrobes, with two including ensuites.
Other features of the house include ducted airconditioning, ample storage space, a lawn locker with roller door and a computerised irrigated watering system.