Set on a large parcel of private land, Eden is an architecturally designed home that is discretely located where the Noosa River meets the ocean. This is arguably one of Noosa’s most iconic properties. The setting itself boasts an abundant natural habitat with boat access literally at its door step. With Hastings Street less than 700 metres away by boat Noosa’s lavish lifestyle is not far, while the serenity of a private paradise offers privacy and seclusion.
With its perfect north east aspect this large residence benefits from an idyllic position providing views of the water and the sounds of the ocean, while at the rear of the property features a large lagoon.
The design response of the house is sympathetic to the surrounding habitat with organic materials such as natural stone and timber featuring throughout. With its insitu concrete construction this house is built to last. The over-sized entertainers kitchen is at the heart of the home and centred around large marble benches, with a full suite of Miele appliances, including built-in espresso machine, double ovens, and a wine conditioner. The kitchen, with its hidden butlers pantry, blends into the dining room before opening up to the main living area bathed in natural light from the jaw dropping five metre high ceilings with electronic lourvered windows to provide for passive ventilation. Alternatively the ducted air-conditioning runs off a 7 kilowwatt solar system.
This generous home with more than 1000 square metres under roof accommodates 14 people. The open-plan resort style master bedroom seamlessly blends the bedroom and ensuite, and enjoys a massive walk in wardrobe and separate private balcony looking out to the water. There are a variety of living spaces including a kids retreat, a separate media room, internal courtyard and outdoor living around the fully tiled pool. An outdoor gazebo is surrounded by a landscaped garden designed by the award winning team at Grow Collective.
The internal garage houses three car bays and the external shed can accommodate two boats.
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