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What $11.9m can get you on Coast's most exclusive street

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566
29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566

THIS mega waterfront property is what $11.9m will buy you in one of Queensland's most exclusive streets.

Among the items you can check off your property bucket list are a drive-through boatshed, two jetties and a boat ramp.

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566
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It's a waterbaby's dream, with over 45 metres of water frontage, a 25m infinity pool, outdoor kitchen and barbecue, and a self contained caretaker's wing.

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566
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The home has a state of the art kitchen, electronically controlled bi-fold doors to the waterfront, a Sonos wireless system on the lower level, heated floor in master suites, solar heating for the pool, vacu-maid, is fully air conditioned and sits on 1,228sq m of waterfront land.

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566
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It's the type of jawdropping luxury you could only achieve if your architect/builder was not just a local and an award winner, but a close neighbour with a vested interest in making sure the property looked glorious.

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566
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The home at 29-31 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville was designed by renowned Noosa architect Paul Clout who could see the property from his nearby home, said real estate agent John Dover of Tom Offermann Real Estate Noosa Heads.

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"He's quite famous, quite highly regarded and at the time (the land was bought) he was living in another street here. When he was approached for the design, he said well I can see that from where I live so I want it to look nice. So he had a vested interest in making sure it looked good."

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Mr Dover, who sold the land to the current owner in 2010, said the home that resulted was among the best he had ever laid eyes on.

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville
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"It's got really long views," he said, "Wide water views are quite impossible to achieve in the canal area but this does because of its design and size. It's rare to find that."

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  The two jetties, he said, came about because the council allowed each block to have a jetty.

"So they thought they might as well build it now in case they change the rules later."

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