first_img7 Nettleton Street, Mount LouisaMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Spanning three levels, the home features four generous sized bedrooms, three bathrooms (including separate guest suite) and an expansive deck which offers indoor and outdoor living with sweeping views to Castle Hill and Magnetic Island. Prepare to fall in love as you enter the main level of the home which is located at the top of a set of high gloss timber entry stairs.The entry level of the home includes a remote controlled double lock up garage with extra high clearance to easily accommodate a boat and/or van. The home has the added advantage of offering a separate guest suite or home office with its own ensuite, also located on the lower level. 7 Nettleton Street, Mount Louisa“This home is a standout,” she said. “A real tree house that comes with all modern luxuries.“The Turpentine Tree poles in the home are native to the coastal areas of eastern Australia. They not only look magnificent but form the foundations of the home. “These timbers were chosen because they are so durable and highly resistant to fire and wood-boring insects such as termites, which is important in a timber home in North Queensland.“All the wood was also retreated over the past year which means there’s no upkeep cost for the next 20 years which has been a concern for some.” 7 Nettleton Street, Mount LouisaTHIS award-winning pole home is probably the closest you’ll ever get to living in a tree house.Perched high at the top of a sloping 722sq m block in an exclusive section of Mt Louisa, this fully air conditioned multi-level pole home has so much to offer.Built in 2002, the standout property won the prestigious Pole Home of The Year at the Master Builder Awards in 2003 and has only passed hands once, during that time.Listing agent Tess Sellwood, who will open the home for its first viewing this weekend, said the property’s design was inspired by a tree house, purposely built and set high on the slopes of Nettleton Street. 7 Nettleton Street, Mount LouisaMoving up another few steps you are on the mezzanine level which overlooks the main living level. This level includes the main bathroom, separate toilet, two big built-in bedrooms, an internal laundry and loads of storage cupboards.The laundry is discreetly positioned behind sliding doors and conveniently located beside the back door.A fantastic children’s play fort at the rear of the property has some incredible features. “Even though all the wood can be quite polarising, the home is quite contemporary and modern,” Ms Sellwood said.“It’s such a rare offering and would make an ideal family home for those looking to purchase something unique to the market.” 7 Nettleton Street, Mount LouisaThe kitchen is the centrepiece of the home and is raised above the remainder of the open-plan living space that overlooks the living and dining area. It also has bi-fold windows (with a pull down insect screen) that open on to the expansive front deck and offer gorgeous views across the city.Built from New Guinea Rosewood, the kitchen includes loads of stainless steel features which gives it real “wow factor”.There is a great deal of storage cupboards and drawers and plenty of bench space including a large island bench.The master bedroom is at the end of this level and includes its own bi-fold door access on to the deck, a spacious walk-in robe and a good size ensuite which features a double shower.last_img read more