Property

Hamptons style lures the lookers at Sanctuary Grove

FIFTY-TWO groups were welcomed through the door during the first 10 days of promotion of 12 Sanctuary Grove Dr, Buderim, listed with Grant Smith of Century 21 Grant Smith Property.

Asked to describe the 401sq m architect-designed family residence, the word tasteful immediately springs to mind.

Constructed five months ago in true Hamptons style, the home is themed as such throughout. It exudes a warm, yet practical ambience with exceptional attention to detail.

"Although the house is relatively new it appears as though it's been a home forever. It just belongs," Grant said of the one-level residence on a sweeping 882sq m corner allotment that is walking distance to quality schools and the university.

"Situated within a prestigious area this is the only estate I'm aware of which boasts traditional blocks rather than courtyard lots.

"Across the road sold last year for $1,250,000 whilst many of the surrounding homes must surely amount to $1m.

"What more can I say? This is a beautiful house with well-proportioned rooms."

Grant will act as auctioneer on site this Saturday, February 16, at 11.30am.

 

 

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