Yandina Creek trophy home offering at below replacement cost

Yandina Creek trophy home offering at below replacement cost
Yandina Creek trophy home offering at below replacement cost

An award winning trophy home in Yandina Creek has been listed, marketed at well below replacement cost.

The five bedroom family home won the HIA Queensland Housing Award for most innovative use of steel in 2008.

Steel has been used throughout the home to create unusual shapes and angles which allow for seven verandahs.

Designed by award winning architect Robin Spencer and set on 0.6 hectares, the property has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and three living areas.

Located on Musgrave Drive, also known as 'Millionaire's Row', the home features it's own self-contained wing with two bedrooms, a gym and a heated outdoor spa.

Despite the aerial shot of the home making it seems a completely rural retreat, the home is in fact only eight minutes from Coolum Beach.

Kate Cox of Richardson & Wrench Noosa Heads is listening to offers over $1.65 million for 59 Musgrave Drive, Yandina Creek.

The property last traded for $176,000 in 2001, well before its construction then completion in 2007.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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