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Cutting design, breathtaking views at Peregian Beach

GATED from street, this award-winning design by Jeff Lee and builder Rick Neller is about three quarters of the way up the prime precinct with arguably the best views in Peregian.

A sandstone pathway leads through beachside landscaping to a gallery arcade with banksias providing part shade. Terracotta steps lead up to the double-door entry of the muti-level home.

Inside, there are floating timber floors on suspended slabs. It looks like blackbutt that has taken on a beautiful golden glow with aging.

To the left is the main bedroom suite while a gallery bridge to the right looks over the living area and takes you to the guest suite or what could be an office.

The timber floors continue into the bedrooms which have raked ceilings and split-system air-conditioning. Timber louvres look from the guest bedroom back on to the media area.

The bedroom opens to a north-facing deck and there is an ensuite with semi-frameless glass on the shower. Down a few steps and you are in the living and kitchen which comes with granite benchtops, a burred timber effect on the cabinetry, Smeg dishwasher, gas cooktop and wall oven.

Plumbed for an icemaker fridge and with a corner pantry, it is very convenient and with a fabulous outlook ... the views stretch from the ocean and Coolum, taking in Mt Peregian and around to Mt Ninderry.

The neighbouring house is down the slope so you have a treed garden in front of you that includes melaleucas, a poinciana, banksias.

It would be easy to fall in love with the convenience of Peregian's village square, the changing ocean views ... sunrise and sunset. And the way the louvres catch the breeze.

The house has been designed that way. It sits on the block well and utilises the slope.

Split-system air-conditioning is in these living areas which are both spacious and functional. In one corner is a granite-topped bar with sink, burred-look cabinetry and room for a bar fridge and wine fridge. The laundry and powder room are at the western end of this level.

Stacker doors from the media area and a set of sliding doors from the dining area open to a sail-covered timber deck that curves from 4m at its widest virtually the length of the house.

The views from here stretch around to Mt Eerwah and Pt Glorious, across the national park to Pt Cartwright in the south.

Down one flight of stairs is a storeroom and two-car garaging with epoxy flooring.

On the bottom level is another tiled living or family room opening out to a covered pebblecrete deck. There is a carpeted bedroom and kitchenette area while pipes are in place to install a sink if needed.

Solar hot water is installed. There are two more carpeted bedrooms - one with a walk-in dressing area and opening to deck. It's kid's heaven.

As well as a powder room, there is a bathroom with vanity plus a shower over the bath.

The blue-black pool sits in a timber deck with treed backdrop as well as national park outlook. The grounds are all low maintenance.

On the top level is a roof terrace and as you could imagine, a lot of time is spent up here. It comes with ocean views to the east and right back down the coast to Pt Cartwright.

There are even better views of Ninderry, Eerwah and Mt Cooroy. You can even see the Glasshouse Mountains and Moreton Island, the ships passing in the night. Some timber-look aluminium shutters are fitted on the western side for climate control.

The carpeted main bedroom suite has a recessed ceiling and fan, timber louvres to the east and cedar sliding shutters to a balcony looking south east to Coolum. Split-system air-conditioning is installed and there is a walk-in dressing area.

An ensuite comes with twin wash basins set in a stone vanity top, semi-frameless glass on a large shower and bath with butt-jointed glass on the corner window, giving ocean glimpses.

 

 

PEREGIAN BEACH

38 Pelican Street

5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 2 Car Garage

Features: Multi-level living on 913sqm with wide ocean and hinterland views, pool, decks, louvres and sliding doors, security and air-conditioning

Agents: John Stamp and Rebecca Geldard of Ray White Peregian Beach

Contact: John 0423 042 787, Rebecca 0409 721 671

Domain ID: 2010 097 647

Inspection: Saturday January 5, 11-11.30am

 

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