WIN A $2.8 MILLION HAMPTONS INSPIRED BEACH HOUSE
Your summer lineup continues with the chance to win a $2.8 million Hamptons inspired beach house located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Perfectly positioned on an elevated 607 sqm block with ocean views from Coolum to Noosa, the home has plenty of space for the entire family with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a self-contained unit with separate entry, kitchenette and al fresco area. Enjoy a coastal lifestyle with Sunrise Beach within a minutes’ walk and Noosa only a 10-minute drive away. The best thing is, the home has multiple outdoor entertaining areas and a sparkling pool, so you will never be short of spaces to host family and friends all year long!
Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a powder room, including a self-contained unit with separate entry, kitchenette and al fresco area. King-size master bedroom with ensuite, vast walk-in robe and private balcony. Professionally styled with coastal décor, luxury furniture and electrical appliances valued at $170,660. Multiple outdoor entertaining spaces and a swimming pool. Reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout. Double garage with additional storage. Rates and water paid for the first 12 months valued at $3,822. Legal transfer fees paid valued at $1,375. A $2,000 travel voucher.
Located in the Noosa suburb of Sunrise Beach, enjoy everything the Sunshine Coast has on offer all year long with kilometre-long white sand beaches and pristine waters to practice an endless variety of water sport.
Voted Australia’s best main street, Noosa’s Hastings Street is a 10-minute drive away, with an array of boutiques, popular restaurants and bustling bars.
The best thing is, Sunrise Beach is considered a high-demand area, attracting nearly double the real estate traffic compared to the Queensland average – making this the ideal home whether you decide to live, rent or sell up for millions!
For your chance to win, head over to the RSL Art Union website and buy your tickets now!
While I like the overall style of the beachy Hamptons/Greek Islands style they’ve got going on, all of those glass doors and windows freak me out when it comes to safety. And the layout is just plain weird. I don’t know why they can;t just build a normal square or rectangle home with no jutting parts or odd shaped rooms. Plus, I need a massive walk-in robe and huge study, not a nook. I’d use it for a holiday home if I were rich and won it, or sell it if I wasn’t.