Infinity. When luxury has no limits, just an unquestionable benchmark of rare elegance by the riverside.
Three penthouse-style, house-sized masterpieces harmonise form and function with exquisite craftsmanship in contemporary design, across a meticulously intelligent layout opening out on each level to a terrace and infinity-edged pool.
Open the door to your boutique sanctuary and be enveloped by a sense of calm. Slip off the shoes and sink into the plush carpet. Ahh, it's home. Vast expanses of full-height glass windows and doors accessing sprawling terraces and the private glass-walled pool, combined with far higher-than-normal ceilings, add to the feeling of freedom.
"The floor plan was designed to direct the eye out to the spectacular wide views of the Noosa River and beyond," says award-winning designer of the multi residential development Chris Clout, "also retain privacy by directing the focus to the core of the apartment and outward to the north.
"The design from north to south as well as the ability to completely open-up the centre section, gives exemplary natural cross ventilation. The northerly orientation and tall ceilings allow drenching of natural light, whilst large eaves especially over the wrap-around terraces, provide protection during the hotter months."
With a cornucopia of high-end interior design elements, nothing has been left to chance. Flooring and timber features are oak; benchtops in the kitchen and ensuite are stone; porcelain tiles have a natural look; a cool coastal palette reflects the location and climate; appliances are European; also quality fittings throughout complement the bespoke joinery and ensure a timeless aesthetic.
"Infinity is a beacon of design excellence," comments Nic Hunter from exclusive marketing agency Tom Offermann Real Estate. "It has the dress circle address of Gympie Terrace which runs parallel to the dog-friendly Noosa River foreshore and gazebo-dotted park, is steps away to some of Noosa's best cafes, restaurants also boutiques; and 10 minutes away is Noosa Heads' famous Hastings Street and the Noosa National Park."
INFINITY on Gympie Terrace, Noosaville. Bedrooms 3 | Bathrooms 3 | Car Spaces 2 | Pool Price Guide: From $4.5m
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