Inspired by the whitewashed houses lining the hills of Mykonos, Greece, this Noosa home will have you thinking you’ve transported to the Cyclades island for the Grecian summer.
Designed almost 30 years ago by a couple of artists and almost completely overhauled by the current owner, selling agent Century 21 Conolly Hay Group co-principal David Conolly said Mykonos House is known to Sunshine Beach locals as “The Palace”.
And it’s no wonder why, as it was one of the first million-dollar builds in Sunshine Beach and has private parking for up to six cars and when used as a holiday home, it can accommodate up to 16 people with the library and tower observation room offering extra sleeping space.
Even the interior styling, which is being sold with the property, will have you dreaming of a Mediterranean escape.
“They did a major renovation of the kitchen and living areas, they put in solar and they extended the terrace at the front,” Mr Conolly said.
“Obviously the painting and the general maintenance has been excellent and they did a full renovation of all the bathrooms and then they’ve furnished it, so it’s suitable, or perfect for a holiday rental.
“Overall it’s in great condition and the presentation is awesome.”
Every element has a European feel, from the ornate doorways to the handmade banister, the soaring tower with your very own observation room and a rooftop terrace.
Features such as thick windowsills and doorways, an earthy colour scheme and seamless indoor and outdoor living gives a sense of comfort.
Four bedrooms are housed downstairs, including the master suite with views over the sparkling pool and spa as well as out to a sunny, private courtyard.
The remodelled kitchen features two dishwashers, granite benchtops, ample storage and a large island.