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186 Mandalay Rd, Mandalay, QLD 4802
Large seaview home in security estate
One of the most unique homes in the Whitsundays is being offered for sale - a home that was conceived and created to enjoy stunning panoramic views.
The home is set on an elevated position overlooking the ocean and Island backdrop of the Whitsundays. An expansive ocean view that also captures Port of Airlie marina and the tourist hub of Airlie Beach.
The home is a two storey home but has a further subfloor and spacious roof cavity. The residence is 618sqm in total with patio area of 230sqm. There is also a double garage and a workshop separate to the house.
The first floor consists of the master bedroom and main bathroom and a further bedroom with a large ensuite. There is generous and uniquely crafted built in cabinetry throughout. A spacious entrance hall leads from the entrance through to the spacious living and dining rooms with huge windows that take in the spectacular views. A large tiled deck adjoins the living and dining area. A wonderful place to entertain friends before dinner is served.
The kitchen is truly unique and was clearly designed and built to entertain and cater to a large numbers of guests.and in much of the original condition, with a large scullery and walk-in pantry. There is a new tiled floor but most of the original cabinetry and ambience remains. There is a triple stainless steel sink, a large stainless steel exhaust hood. There is a servery hatch to the dining room.
On the ground floor there is another spacious bedroom and bathroom again of grand proportions.
The bathroom has a sunken bath, shower alcove and linen storage. Part of the remaining space on the ground floor consists of two games rooms that could be made into further
bedrooms. There is a service corridor leading to storage, cold rooms and laundry. There is a further subfloor below the third
bathroom that is used for storage. The construction of the home was on reinforced concrete slab with concrete walls external and
internal. It is in short, built like a fortress. The grounds are sprawling lawns and established shrubs with native forest.
Further information, including plans and photographs can be found at http://www.airliebeach.rocks