The SpaceThe free-standing three-storey house is part of a complex so you have access to a heated swimming pool with a BBQ area, and also use of the tennis court. It's a very quiet complex with most homes kept as private holiday houses.
The top floor is open plan, the large lounge and TV area affording magnificent ocean views. The dining area opens on to a balcony with outdoor setting, WeberQ barbecue, and views to Maroochydoore – ideal for whale-watching in season or the colourful spectacle of kite surfers moving up and down the beach on a windy day. The kitchen is fully equipped and is very much a part of the living space. The top floor also has a convenient powder room (saves extra trips up and down stairs!).
The middle level has a master bedroom with ensuite (and jacuzzi); the second bedroom has two single beds. Both rooms adjoin a more sheltered balcony. There is also a second bathroom, a laundry and toilet. The ground floor comprises the external side-entry area and a lock-up double garage with internal access. (The height clearance under the garage door is 2.0m, accommodating most larger vehicles without roof racks, but worth checking if the board is on top!)
Access to Marcus Beach is direct along a short pathway from the complex. It's one of the few pockets of land that is beach side with no roads to cross before you hit the sand. The bike path following the coast from Noosa to Peregian Beach is also accessed from this path.
The beach out the front will be almost your own. It doesn't draw the crowds like Noosa main beach where you have to search for a spot in the summer. There’s oodles of space for the kids to play on the beach, or for you to choose a gutter to fish, to jog as far as you wish, or to go for a rejuvenating swim. (Note: the beach out front while fairly “safe” is not patrolled by Surf Lifesavers. Those unfamiliar with the surf should consider the short drive to Peregian or Sunshine Beach. Both are patrolled in season.)
Noosa Junction is less than a 10min drive, with a Coles store, banks, variety of smaller shops and eateries, and a cinema complex. Hastings Street or Noosaville riverside are only another 5 mins further on. Heading south, Peregian village is only 4 mins away and has plenty of great little cafes, shops and boutiques. There is a regular bus service along David Low Way.
Further afield the hinterland is worth exploring, particularly Eumundi with its busy market (get there early) and the area around Maleny.
It's nice to be out of the hustle and bustle of Noosa Main Beach and the crowds but close enough to go shopping, explore and dine. This is a place to simply make you feel comfortably at home by the beach; you may not even want to go out. If you're after a peaceful alternative, then we reckon this is the perfect holiday choice!
Please let us know if you have further questions. We would love to welcome you to our little piece of paradise. The NeighborhoodSurrounded by beach, river, hinterland and national parks, the Noosa region offers an amazing range of activities, adventures, tours or programs in beautiful natural settings – or find somewhere to relax and soak in the surrounds. If you love nature and the outdoors, Noosa is a perfect destination with unspoilt beaches, stunning national parks, excellent fishing, diving and so many other outdoor adventure activities.
It's no wonder the Noosa region is renowned for its award-winning restaurants and cafes, with an abundance of fresh, local and delectable produce prepared by dedicated and experienced chefs. There's something for all tastes, from riverfront restaurants to Hastings Street and along the beachfront, throughout the hinterland and in beachside villages. Other Things to NoteWi-Fi is available however it's a pay-as-you-go service for the moment.