A mas­ter­piece in Banora Point

Tweed Daily News - - FEATURE PROPERTY -

AIS­LING BRENNAN

THIS four-bed­room mas­ter­piece max­imises ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to cap­ture the ocean view.

Seller Robert Crase said his fam­ily built the home to take full ad­van­tage of the beau­ti­ful views from the prop­erty.

“We built it three storeys, so we could can max­imise the views of the ocean, the river and the moun­tains,” Mr Crase said.

“Nearly ev­ery room in the house has a view of the ocean.

“What we like about the house is on the sec­ond floor you’ve got all the fa­cil­i­ties you need, in­clud­ing the kitchen and liv­ing area.”

Re­lax by the in­door heated pool and spa on the ground floor through­out the year.

Or en­ter­tain fam­ily and friends on the first floor, util­is­ing the cock­tail bar and en­ter­tainer’s kitchen, fea­tur­ing gas cook­top, nat­u­ral stone bench­tops, cus­tom-de­signed cab­i­netry, and high-end fin­ishes.

There’s plenty of space to en­joy some qual­ity fam­ily time in the mul­ti­ple liv­ing zones, open­ing out to the al­fresco en­ter­tain­ing area and large bal­cony spa­ces.

DE­TAILS

Ad­dress: 69A Ter­ra­nora Rd, Banora Point Agent: Coolan­gatta Tweed Heads Re­al­ity, Russ Fog­a­rty, phone 0438 802 384 Fea­tures: Air­con­di­tioned, ocean views, in­door in-ground swim­ming pool and spa, re­mote garage, fully fenced yard, shed, rum­pus room, in­ter­nal glass wall view fea­ture Price: Ten­ders close De­cem­ber 21 In­spec­tions: Con­tact agent

The grand mas­ter suite on the sec­ond level, with its walk-in robe and deluxe en­suite, is the ideal par­ent’s re­treat.

The three other spa­cious bed­rooms are also found on the sec­ond floor and are each de­signed to max­imise light, space and the views.

Don’t miss watch­ing the sun­set from the large pri­vate wrap-around bal­conies ac­ces­si­ble from nu­mer­ous bed­rooms.

There’s also a wet mini­bar com­part­ment with bi-fold doors to make those sum­mer night drinks more ac­ces­si­ble. ais­[email protected]­dai­lynews.com.au

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