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Private 7 acre hinterland hideaway in the heart of Noosa's Golden Triangle. The original Queenslander has been lovingly restored to its former glory.

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The house set in formal gardens has a deep verandah ....

Nestled into rich pasture land on the foot hills of Cooroy Mountain this 1906 timber Queensland cottage was built for the Luke family who established one of the first dairy farms in the area. Part of the original land holding the house and seven acres were subdivided off the 100 acre parcel creating a small manageable retreat surrounded by large pastoral holdings which can not be subdivided further.


Quietly situated at the end of Lukes Road, access to the property is framed by two spring fed dams and a drive way lined with Jacarandas and Leopard trees. The home itself is sheltered by long established crepe myrtle's and towering pines.


The grounds boast a wide range of tropical fruit trees including persimmons, cinnamon, pecan, plum, macadamia, peach, orange, mandarin, lime, lemon, avocado, age old mangos and recently planted mulberry , paw paw and olives. a9029.jpg (23342 bytes)


All within 20 minutes of Hastings Street .....

Page 1 - Views of the land and house
Page 2 View the interior | Go to Noosa Index