Reed & Co.

5 The Promontory Noosa Waters QLD 4566

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Highlights

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A sense of grandeur and majesty is instantly apparent, from the door into the voided lobby all the way to the long water view at the rear. A Stephen Kidd design, this residence has a timeless appeal and a scale that rivals the largest single site waterfront homes. Located in The Promontory, the address alone brings prestige plus a position in short walking distance to the vibrant Noosaville restaurant and shopping precinct and a short boat ride to the lock.

Breathtaking design cues are widely evident throughout the home with masterly crafted timber that curves along balustrades, akin to that of a yacht, and separates the second floor from the voluminous void below. Quality travertine flows throughout the expansive spaces and give a resort like feel, yet the home is never overwhelming.

  • North facing with long water view
  • Short walk to Noosaville precinct in prestigious cul-de-sac
  • Timeless Stephen Kidd design
  • Dual finger jetty
  • Quality build with luxurious materials throughout
  • Dual pool with adjoining spa and cabana
  • Entertainer's kitchen with bar, plus outdoor kitchen
  • Triple car garage

Keeping in proportion, the kitchen features a five-meter island bench, gas stove top, dual ovens and walk-in pantry. This combines with a bar area that has a dedicated sink and servery for those who like to entertain.

Outside, dual pools are divided by a cabana style deck. Adjacent, the heated spa is under the roofline and set back from the waterfront for privacy. The entire rear wall slides open to the alfresco entertaining area. Subtle feature lighting lines the external facade, stairs and outdoor kitchen that comes complete with Smeg barbeque. At water level, dual finger jetties ensure all boats and watercraft are easily stored and accessible for everyday use.

Master suites are available on both floors, while all four bedrooms include extensive robes and private ensuites. Three of the rooms capture water views and the two largest boast soaking tubs. On the ground level, a well fit out study opens to a side courtyard.

Specifically designed to cater for the subtropical climate, there is an extensive use of louvres and glazing throughout the home. High louvres that appear out of reach are cleverly automated with the touch of a button allowing total control over ventilation, alternatively, each room has dedicated air-conditioning.

A waterfront mansion in one of the country's most desirable locations, this truly is a spectacular way to live.