Castaways Beach haven for lucky lottery winner

19 July 2016

An exceptional beachfront home, valued at a staggering $1.6m, awaits the winner of Endeavour Foundation’s Sunshine Coast Lifestyle Lottery.

The luxuriously furnished four bedroom, three bathroom home at Castaways Beach is bounded by National Park, yet just a few minutes’ drive from shopping and schools at Noosa.

Boasting an enormous deck, complete with sparkling in-ground pool, drop down cinema screen and cabana dining for 12, this home offers coastal living at its best.

Plantation blinds add to the Caribbean feel, while outdoor speakers, an amplifier, DVD player and rear throw projector with remote drop-down screen, deliver technological opulence.

A gated outdoor shower with bench seat, and a plumbed and refrigerated 4 burner Gasmate Platinum BBQ, bring the inside out in inimitable style.

Blue and driftwood accents pepper this home, and stackable glass doors, relaxed linen sofas and occasional chairs invite you to kick back and breathe in the sea air. With exceptional ocean views from the main deck, the lucky winner can also retire to the rear balcony to revel in a glorious sunset.

While the master suite’s greatest asset is its incredible sea view, this is only enhanced by its restful décor, spacious walkthrough wardrobe with centre island, chandelier and ‘his and hers’ drawers, and ensuite with rain head shower cubicle and contemporary free-standing tub.

No family retreat would be complete without a TV and games room, in this instance leading to an undercover back deck and grassed play area. A cubbyhouse Tee Pee gives children a shady place to play whilst a swinging lounge chair gives supervising adults a restful space to lie back and appreciate all that this exceptional home has to offer.

Executive General Manager of Supporter Enterprises Andrew Thomas said that the lottery, and the mission it supports, is all about your ‘best life’.

“All funds raised from the prize home go directly to Endeavour Foundation's At Home With Choices project, which provides well-designed, accessible homes for people with a disability to enjoy greater independence,” Andrew said.

“We all have dreams and aspirations, and our lotteries are an amazing way to deliver on those for both the winners and the people we support.”

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