Two resort-style properties in Queensland have hit the market and will have you thinking you’re on an international holiday, year-round.
These Instagram-worthy homes feature hotel-style amenities, modern interiors and breathtaking views, with a price tag of around the $3 million-dollar mark.
The property at 21 Carroo Lane Ridgewood resembles a Bali retreat with two homes set among lush rainforest, while the waterfront abode at 10 The Yardarm Runaway Bay resembles a luxury resort in none other than Ibiza.
21 Carroo Lane, Ridgewood, QLD
Listed by Kess Prior of Hinternoosa, this seven-bedroom, four-bathroom estate is nestled amongst pristine tropical rainforest and consists of two renovated homes.
Offers over $3 million are being accepted, and the high price tag is not surprising with the property’s resort-style amenities.
The future buyer will be able to relax and unwind by the pool, waterfall and Balinese-style hut, or enjoy secluded rainforest walks.
Interiors resemble a retreat-style setting with laminate timber floors, cathedral ceilings, glass detail, wraparound decks and French doors that lead to covered verandahs.
The estate also boasts a studio, that could be made into an office or gym, and a shed.
10 The Yardarm, Runaway Bay, QLD
This five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront property is described as an “Island Villa” on the listing, and it’s no wonder why.
Advertised by Michael Harvey and Andrew Harvey of Harcourts Coastal, this stunning property will have the future buyer thinking they’re in Ibiza and not sunny Queensland.
The abode is a waterfront oasis with a pool that can change colour with the press of a button, multiple entertaining areas, an outdoor kitchen with BBQ, a fire pit and low-maintenance gardens.
Interiors take on a Mediterranean aesthetic with white concrete flooring, Italian handmade tiles, Moroccan hanging lights and a travertine feature arch wall.
The home would also suit a culinary enthusiast with a chef-style kitchen featuring custom cabinetry and top-tier appliances.
An auction without a price guide is scheduled for November 29 at 11am, however agents are accepting offers prior to auction.
Domain’s latest data reveals the median house price for Runaway Bay to be $1,345,000, an increase of 47.8 per cent from this time last year.
Article source: www.domain.com.au
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