24 Pellowe Street, CLIFTON BEACH, Queensland, 4879

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Sold for $520,000 (Nov 23, 2017)


If all that you want is a nice block of land near the beach and a contemporary house, then this one may NOT be for you; this one is so much more.

Contrary to the residential mass productions of the 21st Century, this pole home on one level is graced by charm and ambience. Predominately constructed from the world’s most trusted natural building material since beginning of time: timber. In this case of tropical termite-resistant hardwood, aesthetically crafted to perfection and where tribute was paid to every detail, no matter how minute. The construction principles reveal a deep appreciation of tropical architecture in tune with nature; undeniable the signature of the multiple award-winning architect Chris Van Dyke.

This air-conditioned residence on 823m2 is located in an established, quiet residential area of Clifton Beach 150 metres from one of the finest beaches in Far North Queensland.

Cathedral ceilings as well as banks of louvred, large eaves are invaluable tropical features that take environmental conditions into account. Its residents enjoy comfortable and reliable sea breezes all year round which reduces the need for air-conditioning and support a sustainable moderate electricity bill.

It features four bedrooms (including a separate retreat), two bathrooms and a two-street access with side entrance for boat or caravan.

The spacious open-plan living area with wall-to-wall doors, harmoniously connects the internal living space with a patio of generous dimensions, where manicured gardens present itself as a picture of serenity.

Clifton Beach, neighbouring Palm Cove to the north and Kewarra Beach to the south, is renowned for being one of the most beautiful Coral Sea destinations.

With multiple choices of restaurants, bars and cafes, golf courses, tennis courts, shopping centre’s, a variety of shops and trades as well as medical practitioners, the region provides a well-balanced infrastructure and amenities that will leave no desire unfilled.

The International Airport Cairns and the CBD can be reached in less than half an hour while the James Cook University and Smithfield, with a wider range of shopping facilities, is just a few minutes away.

Property Info:

  • Property ID: 18091151
  • Property Type: House
  • Garages: 2

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