An artist’s impression of external area’s of the new Noosa development.
Along with a first-class finish, location is the key to this new development in Noosaville.
That is according to HRS Developments director Hamish Smith, who says James St is one of Noosaville’s finest locations, with the Noosa River — where you can enjoy water sports, fine dining and boutique shopping — just a short walk away.
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Ben Thornton, of Skale Building Design, planned this contemporary, north-facing complex in line with all the latest technology and styling.
Artist’s impression of 30 James St, Noosaville.
Mick Devlin, of Braeden Constructions, will build the six apartments.
“These apartments epitomise the very best in form and function, with the freshest in first-rate finishes and fittings, from the ragged concrete Caesarstone benchtops and satin-finish twopac cabinets in the kitchen to the recycled glass marble-look mosaic tiles in the wet areas,” Mr Smith said.
Laguna Real Estate agent Correen Mackay said the apartments were designed to maximise the Noosa climate.
“Each residence has the same floor plan, each has its own pool,” she said. “But apartments one and six have a higher level of privacy, and will sell for a higher price.”
Downstairs, an open-plan design incorporates the kitchen, lounge and dining room, which open to a covered terrace overlooking the pool.
An artist’s impression of the private pool area.
Smeg appliances, including an induction cooktop and state-of-the-art cylinder exhaust, are in the kitchen.
This floor has a powder room, laundry and internal access from the large garage.
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Upstairs are two spacious, carpeted bedrooms, each with their own built-in robe and ensuite, the master with a beautifully appointed external soak bath and garden.