Asian themed garden lands Queensland home $1.82m

first_imgThe bedroom opens up to the elements. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoThe home has two-acre lake. With so much privacy, why not have an outdoor bath or shower? The Asian-inspired property took 10 years to mature.The Sydney-based owner wanted “a retreat style oasis where one could escape the city humdrum”, according to the listing by agents Linda Shore-Perez and David A. Perez of Villa Prestige Properties – Noosa Heads.“Designed by Phillip O’Malley with strict guidelines, the garden had to be low maintenance due to the commuting back and forth from Sydney. This he delivered upon. Now that the hard work has been done, it takes very little care to keep the property looking beautifully manicured.” 317 Dath Henderson Road, Tinbeerwah, Qld 4563IT has just two bedrooms but this Asian-inspired home in the Noosa Hinterland is worth every dollar of the $1.82m it has just sold for because of its gardens.The Amanpuri “Place of Peace” Estate at 317 Dath Henderson Road, Tinbeerwah, was a decade-long labour of love for the sellers.The entire property which has two bathrooms and eight parking spots centres on the Asian-inspired garden. The owners made good use of marble.undefinedcenter_img The owner wanted a getaway that would be low maintenance.The estate covers 20 acres with low maintenance, level gardens. It also has a two acre lake. The original cottage was rebuilt last year and its large bedroom ensures you can really get back to nature with a private deck that comes complete with outdoor bath and shower. Items like this large figurehead are dotted through the gardens. The folded back glass doors frame the garden like a painting. 317 Dath Henderson Road, Tinbeerwah, Qld 4563last_img

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