Autumn sun shines on Noosa

A five-bedroom, three-bathroom, two-car house with pool at 9 Surfside Ct, Sunshine Beach, goes to auction Saturday, 1 June, at 11am. 406161_05

Erle Levey

Late autumn sunshine has reminded of the good things about Noosa.

There are some quality properties on the market, whether by the beach, the river or in the hinterland.

There is good inquiry coming in on a five-bedroom, three-bathroom, two-car house with pool at 9 Surfside Ct, Sunshine Beach, that goes to auction Saturday, 1 June, at 11am.

Nic Hunter and Tim McSweeney of Tom Offermann Real Estate are marketing the property, that sits at the top of the court so it has aspect, views, and is an easy walk to the surf and dog-friendly beach.

“It’s a beautiful house,’’ Nic said, “with all the living on one level, a private pool at the back and a north-facing terrace.

“There is spacious open-plan living areas with timber flooring, views from every room, and good separation of bedrooms.’’

Disappearing doors on three sides of the living areas open to the expansive terraces.

The chic kitchen with stone-topped cabinetry including semi-island breakfast bar, walk-in pantry with heaps of storage, high-end Miele appliance, a glass splashback

that is almost a wall of sliding doors.

Steps from the north-side terrace and the lower level lead to the private north-facing pool with aqua mosaic tiles, accoya timbered sundeck, adjoining undercover terrace wrapping the east side.

This is a residence that obviously focuses on the ocean outlook.

The king-size bedroom suite opens to the main terrace and super sunrises. It has a walk-in robe with glass-fronted doors, white tiled bright ensuite with double rain head showers and stone-topped cabinetry.

Three bedrooms on the top level have built-in robes, two have amazing national park and ocean views and all share a bathroom. The fifth bedroom on the lower level has storage, an ensuite and access to the pool, terraces, and sun deck.

“There’s no denying the breezes are cool, the view of the sea is hot, and the air intoxicating,’’ the agents comment.


Feel the serenity of a sun-drenched house in a unique location on Noosa River.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom, three-car house with pool at 65 Hilton Esp, Tewantin, is set for auction at 12pm, Friday, 31 May.

Tom Offermann agents Tiffany Wilson and Adam Offermann are marketing the property and receiving a wide range of interest – locals loving the location, those from the hinterland wanting to be close to the coast, and Brisbane people looking to live by the river.

Across from the river foreshore, open the front gate to a low-maintenance garden with pool.

A wide, covered terrace comes with three sides of white fold-away banks of plantation shutters or breeze-inducing glass louvres.

From here, fully appreciate the beauty of the great outdoors and the number of entertaining options.

Indoors, the heart of the home is spacious living and dining areas, with lofty shiplap ceilings, lime-washed hued plank tiles, and a seamless transition to the terrace.

The galley-style, custom-built kitchen features white stone-topped cabinetry, including island breakfast bar, statement rattan pendants, and the latest high-end AEG appliances. There is a walk-in pantry, while tech storage is under the stairs.

In west wing, along a hallway and doorways specifically designed to be wheelchair-friendly, are two large bedrooms with built-in robes, also a laundry with access to the west-side pathway. A powder room and a subway-tiled bathroom are opposite.

Up the carpeted stairs, the premier bedroom retreat comes with gabled ceiling, an ensuite with double shower and stone-topped, two-basin cabinetry, and a terrace, with those northerly river views visible whether in bed or in the free-standing bathtub.

There’s a big walk-in wardrobe, and a hideaway kitchenette in a leisure/office space.


An elegant family home in the prestigious tightly-held enclave in the gated Noosa Close Estate, is attracting more than glances.

With beautifully manicured gardens, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom, four-car house with pool on 1235sq m, goes to auction at 12pm on Saturday, 1 June.

Sharon McLure of The McLure Group said it was a gorgeous house with a north-east aspect to Noosa Hill.

“It is palatial – every room feels grand.

“You are right in the heart of Noosa, and you have these lovely, tiered gardens.

“It’s a village garden that includes edible plants and fruit trees.’’

Interest has been mostly local, as well as southerners who moved here in the past few years and are still renting, Sharon said.

“They have decided to stay and they are looking for the property that suits them.

“They are who are coming through.

“There have been steady attendances at open homes including midweek.’’

Designed with a charming Hamptons Victorian cottage appeal, the residence was completely transformed with the finest finishes, including a full renovation of the downstairs area four years ago and a refresh of the upstairs just last year.

The lower level houses a bedroom and the kitchen with an expansive marble island, top-quality gas burners, premium tapware and bespoke glass cabinetry overlooking lush tropical gardens.

The grandeur extends to the ducted air-conditioning throughout, motor-controlled awnings on the upper level, and plantation shutters for a touch of elegance and privacy.

The palatial main bedroom suite features a private balcony offering east-facing views of Noosa Hill.

Outside, the lush, mature tropical gardens are nourished by a full irrigation system linked to six water tanks totalling 11,500 litres.

Noosa Close enjoys security with an intercom entrance, manicured gardens, and a tennis court.


Designed by acclaimed architect Gabriel Poole, a lovingly renovated five-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Tinbeerwah is set for auction on Saturday, 1 June.

Heidi Woodman of David Berns Real Estate takes the house with pool on 5675sq m at 9 Hinterland Cl to the market at 12pm.

Privately situated on a quiet, leafy, no-through road the property features level, beautifully landscaped gardens with rainforest-framed ocean views across the Noosa Valley.

Finished with quality fittings and fixtures, there is a modern open-plan layout and light-filled glass hallway overlooking an in-ground magnesium pool with glass-edged heated spa.

There is a seamless transition from living areas to alfresco dining, built-in barbecue and poolside entertaining.

The current layout allows for some separation, with three bedrooms upstairs – main with luxurious bathtub and private views over the valley while downstairs enjoys dual external access to two large bedrooms and a study.

There is 6.6kw of solar power installed and an artesian bore.

The property has attracted a lot of interest, Heidi said, noting that takes a few weeks for people to get organised before they put an offer in prior to auction.

“It’s a good all-round package that doesn’t need much doing to it.

“There is interstate interest, from those who have been living here for a while and renting.

“They have spent some time waiting for the right property to come up. They are seeing the market is stable and have the time to do the research.

“The property has a sense of space because of the elevation. The vendors have done a great job of renovation and integration of the inside and outside areas.

“Anything with Gabrielle Poole has good floor plan and this is a very solid build.’’



Peregian Beach

6/31-33 Lorikeet Dve: 3bed, 2bath, 2car beachside apartment,1pm, Tracy Russell 0413 319 879 Tom Offermann Real Estate

FRIDAY, 31 May


65 Hilton Esp: 3bed, 2bath, 3car house, pool, 12pm, Tiffany Wilson 0468 922 519 Adam Offermann 0475 804 467 Tom Offermann Real Estate.