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Perfect home, flawless views

YOU’D be hard pressed to find another elevated home taking in such spectacular views.

With uninterrupted vision of the ocean, Tweed River and hinterland, the vista is so surreal you have to take a moment to take it all in. But it’s real alright.

Inside, quality fittings, usable layout and beautiful carpentry, reveal no expense has been spared and there has been no compromise on style.

The matriarch of the home, Joan Coathup – a developer with a number of properties in her own right – renovated this Banora Point beauty 10 years ago.

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The first home on the street to be redeveloped, it was expanded from one floor to two, and made for genuine dual living.

Now with teenagers having moved on, it’s time for the home to raise a new family, said seller, James Coathup.

“This was my mum’s pet project,” he said.

“It was low-set, so she built through the roof and turned it into a two-storey to capitalise on the sweeping views. You’re looking out to beautiful Fingal and on a really clear day you can see the Byron lighthouse.”

There are five generous bedrooms, with three bathrooms, including a massive master ensuite for the main bedroom.

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Sliding doors open to allow the breeze and views into the gourmet open-plan kitchen, which looks out to a large balcony, beckoning for a long lunch or starlit dinner.

And yes, there is an undercover spot for your boat in that garage.

Address: 9 Bluehaze Crescent,

Banora Point

Agent: Ben Tribolet, Ray White GC South Network: 0422 264 329

Features: Dual living, five-bedroom home with amazing views

Inspections: By appointment only

Auction: Wednesday, March 30 at Currumbin RSL



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