Port Douglas 30 Bale Drive
New to the market, this is currently the only Niramaya home for sale, as they rarely come on the market these days!
No 30 is the popular Sundaram design, located in Stage 1, facing the rainforest, totally private. With perfectly balanced Feng Shui, timeless finishes and features, no stairs, this is award winning architecture, ideally designed for tropical living!
Pavilion style, using the tropical breezes so well, and the lush landscaped courtyards combine to make the whole 641sqm land title, one big beautiful living space.
The ambiance of the very lush, well maintained garden strikes you as you step over the water feature and enter the property. This is a very special home. The wet-edged pool is heated, for use all year round. Just forget all about the real world, take yourself to the day-bed, right beside the pool. Uniquely, this home has architectural lighting illuminating the rainforest at night. You'll feel a million miles from reality here, it's magnificent!
The master suite has a large ensuite with bath, separate shower and enormous glass windows to take in the private landscaping outdoors, lit up at night. The second and third bedrooms are in a separate pavilion, sharing a large bathroom.
To be sold fully furnished, walk-in/walk-out, even the golf-buggy is included!
This property is currently with the on-site management team, with unlimited personal time offered to the owners. You have many options for ownership, live-in, let-out, self-manage, the choice is yours.
Central facilities also include Restaurant, Bar, award winning Day-Spa and the most magnificent wed-edged pool!
Niramaya homes are in hot demand right now as they really capture the essence of tropical living so wonderfully. Call Caroline Yarr from Queensland Sotheby's International Realty on 0409 365 261 to learn more.
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.