Heights of a love affair
features of the sprawling property includes the panoramic views, multiple covered timber decks, use of solid tropical timbers within the design and the level of privacy.
“Given its unique positioning by being built into a mountain slope with three large terraces that provide plenty of usable flat land, the locals have called the property the Eagles Nest,” he said.
“We actually got more than we bargained for; an over-engineered double-level cathedral ceiling house with a two-room separate retreat at ground level, three living areas, large mezzanine level and a covered high clearance carport that can accommodate more vehicles than we can ever buy.”
He said the property would suit a large or extended family, a home-based entrepreneur or somebody with the ambition to open a bed and breakfast.
“Our time to downsize has come,” Mr Frohlich added.
IRRESISTIBLE: This Kuranda property, which locals have termed the “Eagles Nest”, is now on the market.