Offering 18 acres of totally useable, level land, a five bedroom, four bathroom home, a tennis court and lagoon pool, this property is within the tightly held, prestige pocket of Noosa Hinterland's Golden Triangle just minutes from the thriving townships of Cooroy and Eumundi and Noosa's famous beaches.
Car and boat fanatics will love the two separate driveways, allowing easy access to the land and an astounding industrial-size shed truly big enough to drive a semi-trailer through.
The six metre high, galvanised iron monster with electric roller doors at each end boasts a black and white checkerboard floor and approximately 1,000m2 of undercover space. Its six-metre awnings also provide cover for tractors, trailers, farm machinery and even a hovercraft!
Then, there is the extra width two car garage able to accommodate the largest landcruiser or 4 X 4 brute PLUS a 150m2 extra height caravan/boat shed/workshop next door with its own car hoist. As if that wasn't enough, there's enough power, security, space and plenty of bells and whistles on the property to keep you happy for a very long time.
And for the whole family, there's room to breathe, ride your horse or watch turtles and catfish in the biggest and beautiful of dams.
The home is a large, single storey, brick veneer house with ducted, zoned air-conditioning throughout. Its open plan lounge/living room is tiled in metre square white tiles and leads through bifold doors on to an undercover entertaining terrace with views of the lagoon pool (complete with spa grotto, waterfall and slippery dip), the lake, cows grazing in lush pasture with Mount Cooroy resplendent in the distance. The large kitchen comprises a granite island bench, timber cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and bi-fold windows.
At the other end of the house is a 2 bedroom flat with separate entrance, which makes it ideal for dual occupancy or as a grandparent/teenage retreat. It features a double and single bedroom, a small lounge with an insect screened outdoor terrace plus a bathroom and kitchenette.
There are numerous good points to add about the property including its abundant water (approx.250,000 litres of tank water storage as well as two dams), 5 kW solar power and solar hot water, a motion sensing, video recording back-to-base security system, a phone/computer network accessible throughout the house, a grey water system for watering parts of the landscaped garden, automatic gate entry, cattle yards and five cows going with the property.
The school bus stops outside the gate. Access to Gympie, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast airport is a snap thanks to the Bruce Highway, an easy four minute drive away.
- Bedroom: 5
- Bathrooms: 4
- Garaging: 14
- Carports: 2