Experience the grandeur

EXPERIENCE the supreme privacy and seclusion of acreage living while still being just minutes away from the Sunshine Coast's famed beaches.

Set on a level 10acre parcel, this stunning master-built home is an intoxicating blend of Balinese and country inspiration surrounded by lush private rainforest and acres of usable land for paddocks and children to play.

A study, reading room, media/music room, three bathrooms and three bedrooms on the north eastern side of the home overlook the spectacular surrounding landscape.

The master wing features a large walk-in-robe, spa room and a tranquil marble ensuite which overlooks the water fountain, replete with water lilies. The unique kitchen features s stone benchtops, Miele appliances and overlooks the central indoor and alfresco living zones as well as the large resort style pool.

The completely separate guest quarters or home office features a living space, kitchenette, bathroom, laundry and bedroom as well as a two-bay, double lock-up garage.

A 120sq m shed, four-bay garage, 10kw solar, full-sized flood-lit tennis court and a dam make this home an incredible package for any prestige acreage buyers.A compelling blend of luxury, privacy and convenience.

CHEVALLUM

218 Dales Road

6 Bed, 4 Bath, 6 Car

Features: 4.04ha with large dam, stunning heated pool and indoor spa, European appliances throughout, superb alfresco entertainment areas, pro-sized flood-lit tennis court, separate guest house/office

Price: Contact agent

Agent: Danny Redman and Tom Hogan at Ken Guy Buderim

Contact: 0418 731 588, 0413 768 233

Inspection: Contact agent



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