Showcasing a desirable combination of eco-chic credentials and resort-inspired design, this near new property with its pool and immaculate styling presents as a beautiful example of sub-tropical retreat living. Perfect for all the family, the pavilion-inspired design is so well suited to the Queensland lifestyle with the open plan layout and many retractable glass walls allowing for the complete embracement of the alfresco spaces and surrounding tropical gardens. The floor plan is also free flowing, with the lounge room able to merge seamlessly with the pool, while the kitchen and meals area can be extended out to the adjacent deck. In this way, it’s easy to enjoy that relaxed indoor/outdoor lifestyle year round – either when entertaining or just in everyday life.
By its definition, the pavilion style encompasses an array of environmentally aware principals, with the orientation of the house, banks of louvres and open plan layout all ensuring passive cooling and a natural cross ventilation. Things can easily be heated however, with the green star gas open fireplace bringing ambience and warmth to the winter months. These eco-credentials are visually re-enforced by the interior finishes that see bamboo floors, nine foot ceilings and an otherwise neutral palette highlighted by flashes of vibrant citrus. This look is best displayed in the kitchen, where stone bench tops, charcoal cabinetry and stainless steel Ilve appliances are emboldened by a vivid back splash.
A similar hue can be found in the master bedroom, where a private outlook of tropical gardens and a freestanding bath tub continue to enforce that resort-like feel. While both the second and third bedrooms are built-in with shared use of the family bathroom, the fourth benefits from a separate external entry, which combined with its own bathroom, makes it perfect for professional use or private guest accommodation.
To complete the retreat experience, the 702m2 yard is fully fenced and comprehensively planted with privacy-inducing palms, ornamental gingers and other leafy, sub-tropical species. As a continuation of this leafy, verdant feel, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary can be found just down the road – a testament to the natural beauty of the area. With good schools and shops within the immediate surrounds and the CBD just 9km away, this sub-tropical pavilion-style home offers a retreat for all seasons.
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