Comfortable and spacious

A THOROUGHLY charming Queenslander style home, circa 1900s, on three and a half glorious acres.

The home is double storey and perfectly set up for dual living; complete with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two kitchens, two living areas, north-facing timber deck with delightful outlook over the park-like grounds.

There is an under-deck alfresco entertaining area, and covered parking for up to seven vehicles.

This is super-sized with room for everyone and their toys.

Features of the house include: VJ walls, timber floors, air-conditioning, roll down café style blinds on deck, high ceilings, huge amounts of storage, three-phase power, and good separation of living with self-contained two-bedroom quarters on lower level suited to large or extended family.

Comfortable and spacious; the home has been well cared for and much-loved, and the property is big enough to run a pony.

Infrastructure on the property includes: septic tank, bore, fencing around horse paddocks, horse shelters, chicken coop, and masses of covered vehicle storage. It is connected to town water.

Located in a leafy, dress circle pocket of Tanawha, within a close radius to educational facilities, major road networks, Tanawha Valley Golf Club and the stunning Maroochy Bushland Botanic Gardens; this is an amazing lifestyle location of the very highest calibre.


212 Glenmount Rd

5 Bed, 2 Bath, 4 Car

Features: Charming home circa 1900 on 1.43ha, two kitchens, two living areas, north-facing timber deck, seven-vehicle accommodation, fenced horse paddocks

Price: $995,000

Agent: Jared Young and Trudi Fernandez at Amber Werchon Property

Contact: 0409 544 470 or 0417 137 374

Inspection: Contact agent

Topics:  amber werchon property buderim comfortable and spacious high ceilings lifestyle property sunshine coast tanawha timber floors vj walls

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