Stunning seaside family haven

Published 6:30am 25 September 2021

Stunning seaside family haven
Words by Jodie Powell
23 Prince Edward Parade, Redcliffe
Land: 731sqm I Beds: 5 I Baths: 5 I Cars: 3
Agent: Cameron Reid, Reid & Co Scarborough 0497 812 308

A stone’s throw from the beach, minutes from Redcliffe’s cafes and close to quality schools, this unique family home offers unparalleled lifestyle.

There are five king-sized bedrooms - each with its own ensuite, one with a balcony, three with walk-in robes and two with ample built-in storage.

An abundance of formal and informal living areas spanning two levels offer places to gather and guarantee room for solitude as well.

Selling agent Cameron Reid says expansive hallways and 2.7m ceilings created an unmatched sense of space and light.

“The home has been designed and built to maximise the impressive bay and island views,” Cameron says.

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“It’s a pretty incredible property.”

Cameron says the home was built nine years ago by Metricon, designed specially for the owners, and is plumbed for two kitchenettes and has room for a swimming pool.

“Although it’s not on the waterfront, the views can never be built out and where it’s located you’re protected from the elements.”

The kitchen, overlooking the dining and living area and with an uninterrupted view of an outdoor entertainment area, includes a SMEG gas cooktop and a butler’s pantry.

Other features include ducted air conditioning and a three-car garage and storage.

Sitting on an expansive 731sqm corner block, the property is home to established gardens, serviced by an automated watering system.

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