This Noosa home is literally priceless

The property has no equal. Image: realestate.com.au

One of the easiest ways to determine whether a property is worth the asking price is to compare it to similar real estate close by. It works a treat, unless there’s absolutely nothing to compare it to.

That’s the case for 312 Teewah Beach Road in Noosa North Shore – it’s a remarkable situation for the owners, but a perplexing problem for any interested parties.

Situated on 31 hectares (77 acres), the Teewah Beach Road property boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms, four car spaces and half a kilometre of “unparalleled private beach frontage” that may offer glimpses of local dolphins and migrating humpback whales, according to the realestate.com.au listing.

The property sits on 31 hectares. Image: realestate.com.au

And if you can stand to tear yourself away from this veritable sanctuary, the hub of Noosa isn’t too far away. The décor of the house is light and airy, with a seamless indoor-to-outdoor transition that makes the most of spectacular scenery. 

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You can catch a glimpse of the ocean as soon as you enter. Image: realestate.com.au

Most of the downstairs area has been treated to polished timber floorboards to create a smooth flow from room to room that only enhances the beachy feel. 

Timber floors in the living areas promote a beachy feel. Image: realestate.com.au

While waves crash nearby, there’s still plenty of bushland to give this property the best of both worlds in the outdoor entertaining area.

The outdoor entertaining area overlooks bushland and the ocean. Image: realestate.com.au

The master suite offers a sweeping view that is complemented by an open walkway connecting the space to the rest of the house.

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The master suite is ideally situated on the second storey. Image: realestate.com.au
The open walkway allows for uninterrupted views. Image: realestate.com.au

The master bathroom features cottage styling with a handsome double shower and dual-sink vanity.

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There’s room to spare in the master bathroom. Image: realestate.com.au

Even the smaller bedrooms have their own view of the treetops with the ocean in the background.

The smaller bedrooms are also making the most of the location. Image: realestate.com.au

A sunken room downstairs is the perfect space for children, or it could be used as a cosy home theatre.

A media room will suit the kids. Image: realestate.com.au

A more grown-up games room on the opposite side of the house allows room for a pool table, and offers a built-in bar.

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Care for a game of pool? Image: realestate.com.au

Even the house exterior is a sight for sore eyes; its expansive glass windows will be a beauty on the trip back from the beach.

The exterior is a beautiful sight. Image: realestate.com.au

With such beautiful finishes and a stunning secluded location, prices for this property will likely soar. To give you just a hint of how special this place is, the owners turned down a $70,000 bid to rent it for 10 days over Christmas.

Adrian Reed of Dowling & Neylan, one of the real estate agents selling the home, is still in awe of the property, according to Domain.

“Any one of these elements that are in the property are unique in their own right – the 500-metre beach frontage, the 77 acres of land, the 34 metres of elevation, the 180-degree views – they are all incredible features but the fact that these are all together, in one property, only minutes from the main street of Noosa … that’s what makes it beyond belief.”

What do you think of this property? How much do you think it will sell for?