Platinum Position in Sunshine
46 Bryan Street SUNSHINE BEACH QLD 4567
Offered to the market for the first time in 27 years, this classic beach house sits high on the ridge of Bryan Street, maximising jaw-droppingly spectacular ocean views while maintaining the utmost privacy courtesy of a large, elevated setback from the street.
Extensive use of timber and glass are internal features that work together in synchronicity to fill home with light and infuse it with a warm ambience; timber floors, cathedral ceilings, French doors, and timber staircase are other features of note.
Built over two levels, the lower level features three light filled bedrooms two with ocean views, a bathroom/laundry and a generous family room that flows onto outdoor patio again complete with ocean views.
The upper level boasts open plan kitchen, living and dining flowing seamlessly onto an extensive deck area showcasing the breathtaking Pacific Ocean. In addition the master bedroom with cathedral ceilings and a large bathroom are also located on this level.
After a hard day on the famous sands of Sunshine Beach, relax on the generous deck with a glass of bubbles and watch the magnificent humpback whales on their annual migratory journey.
There is potential in the home to enhance and/or modernise over time and create something to suit your own personal tastes.
A short stroll down the hill will find you amongst the Sunshine village eateries and stylish new surf club and patrolled beach; or head north to enjoy the national park and Alexandria Bay with coastal walks to Hastings Street, Noosa.
For an inspection by appointment contact Rob Spencer on 0408710556
-Private elevated 607m2 block
-Spectacular ocean views from north to south;
-Timber floors, ceiling fans
-Multiple entertaining areas, open plan living, Large deck
-Short stroll to surf club/village/beach or national park,
-Offered to the market for the first time in 27 years
LET’S TALK... Rob Spencer
Rob Spencer is a highly motivated and driven real estate agent, who has over ten years selling experience in the Noosa Real Estate market, specialising in the beach side suburbs of Sunshine and Sunrise beach. He lives and works in the Sunshine Beach area and has an extensive knowledge of property and property market in this area. The healthy lifestyle and real sense of community on offer in this location gives Rob a one hundred percent belief in this fantastic location and what it has on offer. Rob believes there is no one, vanilla formula two cover all seller’s situations, therefore listening to his client’s needs is paramount to translating those needs into a successful outcome. An in-depth understanding of the client’s situation and the current market, can then be used to tailor the properties marketing plan to achieve the maximum price for the client. To this end Rob works tirelessly to ensure the client is fully informed on all aspects of the sale as it progresses, from the initial marketing through to settlement and beyond.
They say it’s not ‘what you know, but who you know’; however, in Pip Covell’s case, it’s both…plus a lot of hard work and dedication thrown in. As Principal of Sunshine Beach Real Estate for 20 years, after 10 years working as an Agent there are not many Sunshine Beach locals that Pip doesn’t either personally know or had some type of association with over the years. She has grown the property management side of the business since purchasing 20 years ago, particularly in the holiday rentals area; she employs a team of local people who share her commitment and ethos to delivering a boutique high-end service to their clients, and collectively have unsurpassed local knowledge. Pip’s passion for the Arts has never left her, and Sunshine Beach Real Estate sponsor the annual Sunshine Beach High School Arts Extravaganza, and she is patron of the “Noosa Alive” festival. As a long-term resident and business owner, Pip is heavily invested in the Sunshine Beach community, and is connected with many of its local groups, and regularly attends community events. In Pip’s own words, “I live here, I work here, I play here.”