An enchanting cottage in the Gold Coast hinterlands is ready to have the next chapter of its fairytale written.
The charming cottage at 4 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain, has hit the market offering buyers the chance to live happily ever after.
A romantic and magical feel is achieved through the two-bedroom property’s delightful country gardens, exposed timber beams, combustion wood fireplace, dormer windows and cosy interiors.
All this is set behind a picture perfect white picket fence.
Hutton & Hutton agent Ivana Reich, who is marketing the property, said buyers could start their own fairytale at the rustic abode but said unfortunately prince charming was not included.
“It was built in 1988 by an English builder who went to England to learn how to build a typical English Cottage and replicate it here at Tamborine Mountain,” Ms Reich said.
“It’s such an iconic house in Tamborine Mountain, everyone seems to know this particular home.”
While a handsome price in not part of the package, buyers might find a few frogs at the nearby Cedar Creek Falls.
The tourist hotspot is 10 minutes’ drive away and has plenty of swimming holes along the track.
The property is also close to Gallery Walk and the scenic Mt Tamborine Rainforest walk.
Ms Reich said the owner had lived her fairytale dream at the cottage for almost 10 years.
“She has loved it because everyone is friendly and it’s a close-knit community, which reminded her of an English village she grew up in,” she said.
Ms Reich said the property would be perfect for someone to settle into or use as an short-term rental investment property.
“It would make the perfect Airbnb.”
Owner Alison Pryce said she was selling to make a sea change.
“I would love to live here forever but (it’s) time for a new chapter in my life,” Ms Pryce said.
“I love the four different seasons here, watching the changes in nature and the in the garden — the climate is perfect.”
The Fig Tree Cottage last sold in 2009 for $610,000, according to CoreLogic data.
The records also show it spent more than 500 days on the market from August 2013 to January 2015 but didn’t sell.
Now, the property is back on the market with the Ms Pryce hoping for a fairytale ending.