On stepping through the front gate of this truly unique lake front oasis your worries will fade away. The sparkling 8 meter concrete pool with sunny North East facing outdoor area welcomes you and invites you to explore.
185 Lakes Blvd was architecturally designed and built in 2008 by award winning Witzig homes. Their brief from the owner was to design a home that was in tune with the natural environment Lake Wooloweyah offers. The result being a home nestled on the edge of the lake which provides spaces that deliver private sheltered outside living areas in all seasons.
The open plan concept of this home flows effortlessly from the pool area through to the expansive timber decks that run the width of the home and appreciate magnificent lake views. Large eaves provide protection from both winter storms and summer sun and the orientation of the home ensures refreshing breezes which can be used to cool the home without un-necessary energy consumption. The design of this home uses sustainable energy efficient principles throughout.
The main bedroom suite and open plan living area occupy the upper level enjoying the ever changing daily activities the lake has on offer. Imagine entertaining guests on a warm summer’s night, whilst enjoying drinks and dinner on the huge deck with the sunset creating a glorious background vista. All seasons have been taken into account with a state of the art Bio Ethanol Fire place adding beauty and warmth to the home during the cooler months. The cleverly designed kitchen opens up to the outside pool area through fashionable timber bi fold windows creating a continual flow throughout the home. Drive directly into the 7 x 9 meter lockup garage on this level and also appreciate the convenience of a large laundry with direct access to the clothesline area.
Admire the craftsmanship and timbers used in the staircase that guides you to the lower level. This level offers three large bedrooms, each taking advantage of the deck that mirrors upstairs and once again enjoying stunning scenery and views of Lake Wooloweyah. It’s the perfect setting to watch the pelicans in search of food or just relax and take in the tranquility and beauty of the lake. The modern main bathroom downstairs boasts stylish tasteful fittings and has been designed without a shower screen making cleaning a thing of the past.
Enjoy the accessibility of having the lake at your back door, set a crab pot or two, drop a line in or grab your kayak and explore the wonders of the lake, the options are endless. Or if you’re looking for something a little less strenuous, take a leisurely stroll along the banks of the lake and admire the native fauna and flora. Majestic sea eagles will mesmerize you as they swoop down in search of food.
Launching a boat isn’t a problem as Lake Wooloweyah boat ramp is 300 meters down the road or if surfing is your passion then the famous Angourie Point surf break is a leisurely push bike ride.
Additional Features: –
Queensland spotted gum throughout upper level
New Guinea Rosewood Timber Shutters
Bosch and De’Longhi appliances
8 x 3 meter concrete pool
3.5 kw solar system approx. 22 panels
Water tanks – 36,000 liters
Eco-smart Bio Ethanol Fire place adds beauty and warmth to your home
Caesar-stone bench tops in the kitchen, soft touch cabinetry
7×9 meter Double Lock up Garage
Yamba Iluka Real Estate are delighted to offer for Auction this exceptional Lake front home.
Auction will be held on site, 10am Saturday 9th March 2019
Fast Facts about Wooloweyah
The suburb of Wooloweyah is located in the Local Government area of Clarence Valley and covers an area of approximately 29.4 Sq Km.
The surrounding suburbs include Taloumbi, Palmers Channel and Yuraygir.
Currently, the median sale price of Houses, Units and Vacant Land in Wooloweyah is $385,054 compared to $310,467 for the Local Government Area of Clarence Valley.
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In 2011, the population of Wooloweyah was 421, with the main age group being people between 50 and 59 years of age.
Married people account for 74% of the population and households in Wooloweyah are mainly Couples with no children.
There are approximately 151 dwellings, with the majority of these (97%) being house. 35.8% of properties in the area are fully owned, with 43.7% of the properties being purchased and 81% being owner occupied.
The largest segment of the population are Not in Labour Force, in general those in employment work as Professionals with most people travelling to work by driving a car.