46 Seaview Terrace,
Sunshine Beach, QLD
Heavenly Haven On The BeachEnvisioned for the ultimate beachfront lifestyle, this iconic residence is at the exclusive northern end of Queensland's Sunshine Beach. Set on 1286sqm of land with its own landscaped path to the surf and sand, the flawless architecture captures the mesmerizing ocean panorama while still providing privacy & protection from the elements.
Echoing paired back Mediterranean minimalism, the white on white aesthetic strikes a note of simplicity and calm, while understated luxury and an impeccable level of craftsmanship creates another stunning dimension.
Life in the home revolves around vast, open plan living spaces with an unimpeded indoor/outdoor connection the focus of each room. On a beautiful day the overwhelmingly fresh interior, extensive decking, lush landscaping, infinity-edge pool and brilliant blue ocean view combine for breathtaking effect.
Six spacious bedrooms on the upper level with marble and mosaic-tiled bathrooms provide tranquil spaces to retreat to, including the master complete with dressing room, private deck and luxurious ensuite looking out to sea. There is clever flexibility within the home, with 3 of the bedrooms simply transforming into a giant playroom or beachside studio.
A private garden level wing of the house is perfect for a multitude of uses including an additional office, music room, or another bedroom guest suite, opening onto manicured lawn with a mesmerizing surf backdrop.
Part of a close knit beach community, it is just meters from the Noosa National Park and bush walks to Alexandra Bay. Village shops and restaurants plus the Sunshine Beach Surf Club are a short walk via the beach.
- Seven exquisite bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms plus powder room
- Ocean view kitchen & butler's servery
- Infinity pool & spa
- Fireplace and sun terraces
- Home theatre, study, media room, wine cellar
- Beach Gate House & Surfboard store
- Security, solar water, underground rain water tank
- Ample lawn for children & pets
- Triple garage plus 3 off street parks
- John Burgess Architect Designed