Port Douglas 1/31 Murphy Street
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A luxurious villa in a boutique complex of only ten is now offered for sale. This exclusive architecturally designed villa set in landscaped gardens is the last one in the complex - very private and very quiet despite being situated in Murphy Street within walking distance to shops and restaurants and the iconic Four Mile Beach and the Marina.
This three bedroom residence features vaulted ceilings, white window shutters is fully air conditioned and from the private master suite with a balcony you have lovely views out over Port Douglas toward the Daintree. It has a private dressing room, spa bath and shower.
The lounge-dining room is open plan and leads onto a large terrace enjoying the evening breezes flowing through the home.. There is a butler's pantry off the kitchen which houses the laundry, dishwasher and cupboard for glasses etc. The plunge pool off the kitchen has its own terrace and being on the end affords a very private dip.
Bedrooms two and three have outdoor gardens and lots of cupboard space. One of the bedrooms has an en suite and the other is opposite the very large family bathroom. Beautiful teak steps lead to the bedrooms.
The landscaped tropical gardens surround the estate and there is a 25 metre lap pool. Situated in Murphy Street one of our most prestigious streets and so close to Macrossan Street.
The villa is successfully holiday let at this time but is also suitable for an owner occupier.
Features of Villa
Three bedrooms two with en suite plus family bathroom
Private plunge pool terrace leading off living/kitchen area
Large balcony to front of villa
Master balcony with delightful views
Air conditioned room in two car garage (could be a man cave or extra storage)
Get to know Port Douglas
Port Douglas is a town in Far North Queensland, Australia, approximately 70 km (40 mi) north of Cairns. Its permanent population was 3,205 at the time of the 2011 census. The town's population can often double, however, with the influx of tourists during the peak tourism season May–September.