Tranquil laid-back living awaits on the shores of Lake Weyba
Providing the exclusive and relaxed Noosa lifestyle this home is just metres from the edge of Lake Weyba and opens onto a covered entertaining area overlooking the pool. Soaring ceilings, an open layout, plantation shutters and timber flooring combine to create a bright and airy home that will instantly put you at ease. The kitchen is sleek and stylish with striking black cabinetry while outside, you can dine alfresco and enjoy afternoon drinks while taking in the peaceful and private surrounds. There are three light-filled bedrooms and two well-appointed bathrooms ensuring there's plenty of space for everyone to spread out and relax. This tranquil abode will feel a million miles away from the stresses of everyday life yet is just moments from shops, schools and restaurants.
- Three-bedroom, two-bathroom home offering easy-care laid-back living - Nestled amongst lush gardens and green space just steps from Lake Weyba - Chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a tiled backsplash - Striking glass and timber feature staircase leading to the upper level - Close to Gympie Terrace, Noosa Civic, Noosa Junction and Noosa Heads
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