23/24-70 Nautilus Street
This is one classy villa!
This ultra-tropical villa has sophistication and architectural style. It’s a stunner!
Located within a cluster of villas, aptly named ‘Paradise Links’, they are located within the Palm Sea Reef Golf Course Estate. This villa enjoys a particularly tropical feel as it backs onto a natural setting of palms and rainforest. There are several pools to use and a tennis court.
With stylish features like the detailed ceilings, timber stairs with ‘Elephantus’ custom-made balustrading, large sliding door openings and timber louvres which add a beautiful through breeze, ducted air-con downstairs and split-systems upstairs, downstairs powder-room and large laundry. There are no compromises with this villa, it is the complete package.
Enter the villa through the private entry gate with courtyard, or through the single car garage with bonus lockable storeroom. Once inside you can see through to the tropical backdrop of palms and your at home in an instant.
The kitchen has an integrated Bosch dishwasher, microwave, oven and a double-door fridge with ice-maker, a stainless-steel splashback behind the gas cooktop, a purified water tap and fantastic lighting.
The master suite is very generous in size and has double sliding glass doors out to the balcony and a mirrored door walk-through wardrobe to the ensuite. The ensuite is large, with a spa-bath and a walk-in shower. A large frosted glass window floods the space with natural light. The second bedroom also generous in size and has a well appointed ensuite, large window openings and timber louvres.
This property will enjoy a strong holiday-let income, or use it as your tropical lock-and-leave base in the far north. Call Caroline Yarr on 0409 365 261 for further information.
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.