Spacious Abode in Serene Setting

Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia), April 5, 2014 | Go to article overview

Spacious Abode in Serene Setting


BUDERIM

5 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Infinity pool, open-plan living area, kitchen with Kleenmaid appliances, sound-proof media room

Where: 10 Secret Valley Ct

Price: Reduced to $755,000

Agent: Brooke Archer, Ray White Maroochydore

Contact: 0401 022 397

Inspection: Saturday 10-11am

HIDDEN away in a quiet pocket of Buderim is this spacious family home. As you walk up the drive you will be captivated by a cascading infinity pool and will feel you have escaped into a leafy oasis.

With high ceilings throughout, this home makes the most of the natural airflow. Tiles in the open-plan kitchen and living areas ensure it is cool in summer.

For cold winter days and nights you can take advantage of a built-in fireplace that warms the entire home.

The living area and kitchen open to the north-facing entertaining area, which overlooks the infinity pool.

The pool is framed by an eye-catching timber deck. You can be cooking, relaxing inside or sitting on the patio while being able to watch over the children playing in the pool.

A family-friendly home, the floor plan facilitates great separation of living, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a media room or study downstairs and three bedrooms, two bathrooms upstairs and a separate living area for the kids to retreat to while you relax or entertain downstairs. …

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