It’s fair to say that opportunities like this don’t come around every day.
In fact, it’s been a decade since this perfectly positioned Varsity Lakes property has been on the market.
And according to marketing agent Josh Willatt of McGrath Palm Beach, you won’t find another like it.
“I’ve been selling in the area for 13 years and this is by far the best positioned house in the whole suburb,” he said.
“It’s a big call, I know, but I stand by it.”
The imposing four-bedroom abode at 1A Washington Court enjoys the most northerly aspect around and a spectacular frontage to Lake Orr.
The modern kitchen and spacious living areas occupy the ground floor while upstairs the luxury master bedroom has two walk-in robes, a balcony and ensuite with water views.
And judging by the pre-auction buzz – local, interstate and abroad – hopeful buyers agree this property has got something special.
“This suburb is sought after anyway, so when you get a special property like this the interest is going to be high,” Mr Willatt said.
“Even in this current climate, we’ve taken a lot of inquiries … I’ve never done so many FaceTimes and Zoom calls in my life.”
The size of the outdoor entertaining area has impressed prospective buyers, along with the overall layout of the home.
“The whole house flows really well, people really like the floor plan,” Mr Willatt said.
“All but two rooms in the house face the water.”
The current owners purchased the home as a new build 10 years ago and have kept it immaculately maintained, inside and out.
The overall look is fresh and clean with new paint, carpet and security screens throughout.
And with the house and pool occupying much of the block, there’s very little garden to maintain leaving more time to enjoy the surroundings.
“You’re pretty much eight minutes from everything in Varsity Lakes,” Mr Willatt said.
“Varsity College is one of only a few schools offering Chinese immersion on the Coast and you’ve got the train stations and Bond University all close by as well.”
The property will be auctioned online on Wednesday April 15 at 6pm.