- 4 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1 Car
Dappled sunlight and soft breezes amidst tranquil rainforest setting enhance the experience of living in one of Buderim's acclaimed homes. In 1985 "Goetz House" won a citation for "House of The Year" - Robin Dods award. Today the home is just as inspirational and makes a statement about living that may be even more relevant today. Recently, a new master bedroom and ensuite were added, still in keeping with the beautiful simplicity of the original design by architects Lindsay & Kerry Clare.
The residence is a low-set hardwood timber frame structure, comprising of two pavilions connected by a central spine. The warmth of polished turpentine timber floors, silky oak joinery and New Guinea ply ceilings are the perfect foil to the raw masonry walls and corrugated iron roof.
An oriental style garden maintains a harmony between the modesty of the structure and the surrounding natural bushland with waterfall just beyond the easterly boundary. The privacy the property achieves is contrary to the proximity of Buderim Village; only an easy 300 metre walk.
Rarely does a home make such a statement and even more rarely is such a home available for sale.
822m² / 0.2 acres
1 garage space
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