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Prestige Property: 1/1-7 Bayview Road, Noosa Heads, QLD

Inside Noosa’s ultimate turn-key residence.

By Terry Christodoulou
Fri, Sep 17, 2021 1:45pmGrey Clock 2 min

Found in an exclusive enclave, surrounded by Noosa National Park and minutes from Little Cove Beach comes ‘Coco Privé’ – a world-class development from Glen and Deborah Watson.

The luxurious three-storey residence offers 4-bedrooms, 4-bathrooms and 2-garage across a 937sqm plot of Noosa Heads. Here, everything is accommodated for with furniture, artworks, crockery and linen all arriving with the home.

The ultra-modern residence boasts an eye-catching façade that draws one inside to the pared back foyer revealing the living and dining spaces replete with limestone floors that lead out to the state-of-the-art travertine alfresco terraces.

The furniture included echoes the home’s modern coastal allure with linen-covered sofas, brushed metal side tables, integrated fireplace, silk rugs, dining table of South American hardwood, leather with teak chairs and more throughout.

Further, the kitchen – which sees a cantilevered stone-clad island as the focal point – makes use of Miele appliances, a Liebherr refrigerator, soft-timber finished cabinetry and copper handles.

The home’s alfresco area was designed to consume the residence, wrapping around three sides to create numerous terraces and zones. Here, are the Watson’s signature upholstered double day beds ‘floating’ on the mosaic-tiled infinity pool.

Elsewhere, another terrace has a sunken seating area with an underwater viewing wind around a limestone-clad outdoor gas fire.

On the northside of the home, overlooking the rainforest gardens comes the outdoor dining space with a table for ten and a built-in barbecue integrated into a travertine benchtop.

On the home’s upper level sees the master retreat complete with plush carpet, silk velvet bedhead, marble pendants, walk-through robe. Also here, the ensuite with limestone floors and walls, double size rainwater showers and round stone bath – with a view of the rainforest – and a private terrace.

Downstairs on the home’s lowest level is another lounge/relaxing/media area with over-sized sofas, chairs, and television alongside two gorgeous queen size bedrooms with opaque-walled ensuites, and round stone baths.

Also, a three-zone Sonos music system, discrete home theatre, self-monitoring alarm system with CCTV and remote access and a smart video intercom round out the home’s tech offering.

The idyllic location, combined with a home completely fitted with luxury sees Coco Prive offer the very best in turn-key living.

The listing is with Tom Offermann’s Chris Miller and is heading to auction October 17. POA; tomoffermann.com



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Home values across Australia rose by a median 8 percent in FY24, delivering the equivalent of $59,000 in new capital growth to the two-thirds of the population that owns a home, according to CoreLogic data. Investors received total returns of 12.2 percent over the year, including capital gains and gross rental income.

Very tight supply and demand in most capital cities except Melbourne and Hobart was a significant driver of the capital growth, with the smaller and more affordable capital cities of Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide experiencing the most price appreciation over the year. A lack of properties for sale trumped the usual dampening effect of higher interest rates.

As usual, some areas outperformed their city’s median growth benchmark. Here are the top SA3 areas for capital growth in each capital city of Australia in FY24. SA3 areas are large suburbs, or districts incorporating clusters of suburbs, with more than 20,000 residents.

 

Sydney

Home values across Sydney rose by a median 6.3 percent in FY24. The No. 1 area for growth was Mount Druitt. Its median value rose by 13.96 percent to $859,939. Mount Druitt is located 33km west of the CBD. It incorporates the suburbs of Mount Druitt, Ropes Crossing, Whalan and Minchinbury. The Mount Druitt community is very multicultural with almost one in two residents born overseas. It is home to many young families, with the median age of residents being 33 compared to the NSW median of 39.

 

Melbourne

Home values across Melbourne rose by a median 1.3 percent in FY24. The top area for capital growth was Moreland-North with 4.71 percent growth. This took the district’s median home value to $746,488. Moreland-North includes the suburbs of Hadfield, Pascoe Vale and Glenroy. It’s a multicultural community with a particularly large contingent of residents with Italian ancestry. One or both parents of 66 percent of residents were born overseas, according to the 2021 Census.

 

Brisbane

Home values across Brisbane rose by a median 15.8 percent in FY24. The No. 1 area for growth was Springwood-Kingston in Logan City. Its median value swelled by 25.55 percent to $710,569. Springwood-Kingston is approximately 22km south of Brisbane CBD. It incorporates the suburbs of Springwood, Kingston, Rochedale South and Slacks Creek. It is a multicultural community with one or both parents of 55 percent of the residents born overseas, according to the 2021 Census. More than 15 percent of residents have Irish or Scottish ancestry.

 

Adelaide

Home values across Adelaide rose by a median 15.4 percent in FY24. The best area for capital growth was Playford in Playford City. Its median value soared by 19.94 percent to $530,991. Playford is approximately 40km north of Adelaide. It incorporates the suburbs of Elizabeth Downs, Elizabeth Grove, Angle Vale and Virginia. It is home to many young people under the age of 40. The median age of residents is 33 compared to the state median of 41.

 

Perth 

Home values across Perth rose by a median 23.6 percent in FY24. The No. 1 area for growth was Kwinana in Kwinana City. Its median value skyrocketed by 33.19 percent to $618,925. Kwinana is approximately 37km south of Perth CBD. It includes the suburbs of Leda, Medina, Casuarina and Mandogalup. Henderson Naval Base is located here and there is a significant community of servicemen and ex-servicemen living in the area. It is home to many young families, with the median age of residents being 33 compared to the state median of 38.

 

Canberra

Home values across the nation’s capital rose by a median 2.2 percent in FY24. The best area for capital growth was Weston Creek. Its median value rose by 5.24 percent to $937,740. Weston Creek is approximately 13km south-west of the CBD. It includes the suburbs of Weston Creek, Holder, Duffy, Fisher and Chapman. Approximately 43 percent of residents have a bachelor’s degree, which is on par with the ACT median but much higher than the national median of 26 percent. Household incomes are about 35 percent higher than the national median. Almost one in five residents work in government administration jobs.

 

Hobart

Home values across Hobart fell 0.1 percent in FY24. The top performing area for capital gains was Sorell-Dodges Ferry with 2.78 percent growth. This took the area’s median home value to $615,973. Sorell-Dodges Ferry is approximately 25km north-west of Hobart. It incorporates the suburbs of Richmond, Sorell, Dodges Ferry, Carlton and Primrose Sands. The area has a large community of baby boomers and retirees, with the median age of residents being 43 compared to the Australian median of 38.

 

Darwin

Home values across Darwin rose by a median 2.4 percent in FY24. The No. 1 area for growth was Litchfield. Its median value moved 3.21 higher to $672,003. Litchfield is about 37km south-east of Darwin and includes the suburbs of Humpty Doo, Acacia Hills and Southport.  It has a high proportion of middle-aged residents, with the median age being 39 compared to the territory median of 33. About 12 percent of residents are Indigenous Australians. The biggest industries are government administration and defence. Median household incomes are about 35 percent higher than the national median.

 

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