Property

Stylish Coast home lures buyers from four states

PRIZED POSITION: The six-bedroom house with swimming pool and floodlit tennis court is on 4562sq
m.
PRIZED POSITION: The six-bedroom house with swimming pool and floodlit tennis court is on 4562sq m.

IT'S one of those properties where the original owners came back for another look. A home that is memorable.

As a result it has been attracting people from all corners of the country.

Dan Sowden and Jason Mills of Ray White Maroochydore are taking 59 Jorl Ct, Buderim, to the market today at 3pm.

You might not be able to own a sheep station but this is the next best thing to it .... a Queenslander blended with Hamptons style.

The six-bedroom house with swimming pool and floodlit tennis court is on 4562sqm.

It has an amazing family area with northerly aspect to the pool and tennis court.

Mr Sowden said people who missed out on the property when it came to the market four years ago had been telling their friends to look out for it.

Interest is coming from Western Australia, Sydney, Melbourne and western Queensland, Mr Mills said.

"We weren't expecting to have such a good response and I have to attribute the success to the print media campaign in local and national publications," Mr Mills said.

"The stylish Hamptons feel to the home, which is very much in fashion, is very appealing among buyers but the sheer scale of this home is something people have to see for themselves.''

" I want to open the home for inspection every day it's so lovely but the owner said it's not going to happen because they want to present the home perfectly every time and they have little ones.

"I look forward to the scheduled Tuesday and Saturdays.

"We are meeting people who didn't have any inclination of moving, suddenly deciding they may like to live in this home.

"Local Sunshine Coast owners should be quite proud of the level of buyers we are meeting.

"The top end of the market is definitely alive and kicking.''

The property is well spaced on 4562sq m of flat, level land.

Fully fenced and lovely landscaping provide privacy and security.

The porte cochere access is ideal for allowing visitors to comfortably enter the home but for the residents there are adjoining and oversized double car accommodation.

There is also a further two-car garage which could easily house the toys or ideal for the car enthusiast.

The home not only showcases its class but the functionality.

Highlighted by polished timber floors, cathedral ceilings and with an elegant splash of marble benchtops, the quality is easy to see.

Natural light and a magnificent open plan design are key features.

All bedrooms are more than generous in size and the main bedroom features a luxury ensuite.

An internal bar, external barbecue area/kitchen, oversized media room and formal dining room with fireplace are only some of the highlights.

For further information contact Dan Sowden on 0412 201 914 or Jason Mills on 0417 343 289.

Topics:  home property sunshine coast


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