Property

Exquisite private retreat

THE Real Estate Property Guide team were at one of Heritage Park's hidden gems this week.

This five-bedroom home on just over a hectare at 122A Heritage Park Dr, Moonee Beach will feature on the front page of Saturday's Real Estate Property Guide, but if you're keen to get an earlier look, the Guide goes online tomorrow.

Nolans selling agent Nathan Dobbs said the traditional Queenslander stands out from the majority of homes within the estate.

"It's a property that is worthy of being featured in a Home Beautiful Magazine and offers level yard for the kids, shedding, a studio, open plan living area, very generous kitchen and an amazing pool area," he said.

"It provides one of the best rural residential settings within a 15 minute drive to the CBD and has a very private feel as it has no road frontage and is set back on an elevated allotment.

The home is perfect for those who love to entertain. Wide verandas envelope the home, providing plenty of spots for an alfresco meal or drink. The dedicated entertaining zone incorporates a wood-fire pizza oven and an outlook over the heated pool and immaculate gardens.

There are four bedrooms within the house, plus a separate self-contained studio

"The home is expected to attract a family like the current owners, however with the studio it should cater for those wanting to accommodate the parents or make a great teenagers retreat."

See more tomorrow when the Real Estate Property Guide goes online at coffscoast advocate.com.au/property-guide.



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