Entertaining's a pleasure

EXPECT the unexpected with this remarkable property hidden in the trees of leafy Ghara Court in Coolum Beach.

Designed for people who love to entertain, the delightful dilemma will be where? Upstairs a large covered deck off the living and kitchen enjoys sea breezes and captures ocean glimpses to the north.

Downstairs the resort-style pool is adjoined by an outdoor billiard room and numerous sitting and lounge places.

"I'm very excited to present this feel-good home to the market for the very first time since built," says Mark Lawler from Richardson & Wrench Coolum.

"Buyer interest is expected to be strong with the motivated owners setting the auction date for Saturday May 6, on site at 11am , and we are selling."

Accommodation consists of five good sized bedrooms plus a study near the front door.

The master bedroom located in the east wing of the home has a private balcony, ensuite bathroom and walk-in-robe.

The other four bedrooms are in the west wing linked by an elevated sun-drenched hallway with full length windows overlooking the swimming pool. A full bathroom services these bedrooms, with a handy second WC powder room near the laundry.

The natural beauty of timber is showcased throughout the home with polished timber floors and exposed beams culminating in the heart of the home with a kitchen shining with style and practicality.

Two living rooms, a dining room plus an outdoor lounge and dining room adjoin the central kitchen providing an abundance of places to eat, drink and relax.


3 Ghara Court

5 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car, Pool

Features: Elevated living amongst the trees with sea breezes. In-ground swimming pool with adjoining outdoor billiard room, study, polished timber floors and exposed beams

Price: Auction on site Saturday, May 6, at 11am

Agent: Mark Lawler at Richardson & Wrench Coolum Beach

Contact: 0423 766 713

Inspection: Saturday 11.30am-12pm April 22

Topics:  coolum beach for sale lifestyle mark lawler property sunshine coast

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