Award-winning residence

STUNNING family home, winner of a Master Builder's Award for quality workmanship, is designed to facilitate and accommodate a comfortable and luxuriant lifestyle, and is perfectly set-up for dual living.

On a 802sqm landscaped block, flowing through to native bushland; there is a palpable peace and tranquillity here that is intoxicating.

The home's floor-plan has been designed for seamless indoor/outdoor living with expansive timber decking for alfresco relaxation, entertainment, and quiet reflection as you admire the beauty of nature surrounding you.

Over two levels, the home has two kitchens, open plan living on each level, masses of storage, and there is a double lock-up garage, covered under-pavilion parking for two vehicles, and additional on-site space.

The grounds are magnificent, with a variety of well-established native and tropical plants, including flowering trees such as poinciana's and frangipani which infuse the gardens with colour when in bloom; plus, there are grassy areas for children and pets to play.

Buderim village amenities, local schools, beaches, and major shopping centres are all within a five to 15-minute radius; everything is so close and easy to access, yet when you turn into your driveway, into your own sanctuary-like pocket of bliss, you'll feel a million miles away.


25 Booral St

4 Bed, 4 Bath, 6 Car

Features: Award-winning residence in dress circle pocket, granite kitchen, floor-plan can accommodate dual living, north-east facing front deck, rear deck overlooking forest

Price: Contact agent

Agent: Jared Young and Trudi Fernandez at Amber Werchon Property

Contact: 0409 544 470, 0417137374 

Inspection: Contact agent

Topics:  amber werchon property buderim comfortable living for sale lifestyle property sunshine coast

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