Gold Coast real estate: Oldschool charm in Hope Island

THIS Queenslander property may look out of place in modern Hope Island but it’s turning heads for all the right reasons.
The four-bedroom house exudes old charm class with all the characteristics of a Queenslander – a grand colonial entry, fretwork, traditional veranda, timber flooring and leafy established gardens.
But far from old, it has a modern twist with a new kitchen and bathrooms, electric front gates, solar panels and heated pool.

46 Crescent Avenue, Hope Island is going under the hammer on June 11.
46 Crescent Avenue, Hope Island.
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“We fell in love with our house the moment we walked in – the home has a heart warming energy about it,” vendors Karen and Shaun D’Auria said.
“Everyone loves spending time in our house, especially on the back deck where we have enjoyed many afternoons entertaining friends and family overlooking the heated pool.”
They said the local neighbourhood had a wonderful small seaside village feel.
“(There’s restaurants, cafes and bars that are only a walk or town bike ride away,” they said.
“Our new favourite thing to do is ride our bikes to Sanctuary Cove and visit the new French bakery.”

Take a dip in the heated pool.
The modern kitchen.

Other features include a spacious laundry, electric retractable awning, Crimsafe screens, three car carport or boat accommodation, water tank and a garden shed.
The roof has also be renewed and new guttering installed.
The property is set to go under the hammer on June 11 through Amanda Blair of Phillis Real Estate.
“This unique low-set Hamptons inspired home is set on a generous 809sq m allotment and perfectly positioned to all that Hope Island has to offer,” she said.
Entertain in style.

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