Enjoy morning walks and surfs on this pristine coastline.
Lazy afternoons can be spent on the patio enjoy the leafy outlook.
BBQ on the back patio looking out to the Native bushland.
Experience the fireplace in winter as the centre of the home.
Spread over two levels.
The lounge, dining and kitchen are open plan on the ground level. The master bedroom and ensuite are also located on this level. French doors open to the patio areas. Terracotta tiles throughout the downstairs give it a cool and relaxed feel.
On the second level there are another two bedrooms and bathroom.
All bedrooms and lounge area have fans.
This home is perfect for the relaxed holiday maker.
With direct access, it is like having your own beach.
Located on Lorikeet Drive its a stroll to the Peregian Beach cafes.
Accommodates 8 guests.
Main bedroom Queen with ensuite downstairs
Second bedroom Queen
Third bedroom - 2 Singles, 2 Trundles extra $50 cost for bedding with trundles made up and bath towels.
Microwave, Dishwasher, TV x 2, DVD, Washing machine, Dryer, Ceiling Fans, Outdoor furniture, BBQ, Fireplace.
Cool and bright with terracotta tiles downstairs and polished timber floorboards upstairs, cane and antique furniture, surrounded by shady trees with outside dining areas. Walk through bush trackto Peregian Beach, 20 minutes stroll to Village and shops, no need for a car.
Dog friendly.Please note the property is not fenced.
Peregian Beach is one of the most community-minded villages on the Sunshine Coast. Theres a super-chilled, centrally-located shopping village, with a shady town square encircled by trendy cafes, fashion stores and gift stores that err on the side of the eclectic and cutting-edge. You can stroll barefoot around the little town, then cross the road to the beachfront park, with its excellent skatepark and childrens playground, and the popular local Surf Club. Its here on the grass that the twice monthly markets are held, followed by Peregian Originals, an afternoon of live music that has become one of the Sunshine Coasts best-loved regular events. On the western side of Peregian Beach is Lake Weyba National Park, and Lake Weyba itself, which feeds into the estuary at Noosa Heads.
No parties, large gatherings or functions allowed.