With views as far as the eye can see this “collector’s piece” is a property not to be missed.
Perched on the highest geographical point of Montville, this address is a rare find that offers the epitome of hinterland acreage living.
Set across 21.14 hectares, 228 Western Avenue – one of Montville’s most prestigious streets – is elevated, private and burgeoning with potential for its next owner.
As well as a high-quality home, the property also features an original 29-year-old wood cottage that could be transformed into a homely guest house.
With breath-taking views of Baroon Pocket Dam and beyond, the driveway is lined with aged pecan trees gives a feeling of grandeur appropriate to the class of this property.
The stunning architecturally designed 489sqm-home has been built with uncompromising craftsmanship and is virtually unlived in since its completion eight years ago.
Selling agent from The Property League, Jenny Rix, said no short cuts were taken when building this modern, practical, minimalistic and sophisticated home.
“If you value quality and have a weakness for rare finds, then this property is for you,” Ms Rix said.
“It’s a complete home as is markedly liveable, but one of the biggest pluses with this property for any buyer is that there is so much that can be done with it and you can very easily put your own stamp on it.”
Ms Rix said with high quality fixtures, the low maintenance interior would suit a variety of buyers, but it was the view that really set the scene.
Every window on the southern side of the home overlooks Baroon Pocket Dam continuing out to Maleny, Conondale and Imbil. The northern side of the house offers infinite views to the coast.
The home includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms, an office space, open plan kitchen and living areas, plus a butler’s pantry.
A luxurious master retreat frames the stunning nearby dam and includes a generous walk-in-robe and ensuite featuring a jetted spa bath.
Inside makes the most of the sun to heat extensive stone surfaces in the winter while stacker doors ensure the breezes to flow in summer.
A gas fireplace in the living area showcases the stunning stone found on the exterior of the home, while the kitchen offers an entertainer’s paradise with stone benchtops, multiple cooking spaces and meal preparation area.
The home also features ducted reverse air conditioning throughout, a security system, German double glassed windows and stackers, and electric roll shutters.
Neighbouring the main residence is a two-storey wood cottage featuring three-bedrooms, one bathroom and an open plan living and kitchen area.
Ms Rix said while it needed renovating, once transformed it would make an idea guest house or Airbnb.
The property also houses a 10x12m work shed and storage area.
“Whether it is to become home, or you seek a luxury country weekender this property must be seen to be fully appreciated,” Ms Rix said.
An onsite auction will take place on October 16 at 11am. The home will be open for inspection every Saturday at 3pm in the lead up to the auction.
For more information or to register your interest, contact Jenny and Darren Rix at The Property League.
- Gas fireplace in lounge and master bedroom
- Stone benches, 900-wide oven, induction plus six-burner gas cook top
- Walk in pantry
- Functional office with ample storage
- Patio and outdoor entertaining area
- Reverse cycle ducted aircon/heating
- German double glassed windows and stackers
- Electric roll shutters
- High, slopped ceilings
- High level alarmed security system
- Stone and wrought iron fence on front side, private service road
- Separate two-storey wood cottage
- 10 by 12m shed onsite
Article source: Queensland Property Investor