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“Club Cook” for sale

first_img53a Cook Street, North WardSTEPPING through the front door of 53a Cook Street is like being transported to a tropical resort.Behind the glass and timber front door lies one of two living areas while the gourmet kitchen complete with giant island bench and high-end appliances takes pride of place.Beyond the indoor and outdoor areas blend seamlessly.From the outdoor patio the sounds of trickling water can be heard provided by a stunning water feature that flows through to the pool framed by tropical gardens reminiscent of a Balinese villa. 53a Cook Street, North Ward“I can’t think of a single thing you would change in this property,” she said. “It has everything and the feedback has been that as well.“People have been extremely impressed with the quality of the build and the design.“North Ward is also the suburb of choice for professionals but also downsizers because they want to be able to walk to The Strand.” 53a Cook Street, North Ward 53a Cook Street, North WardMrs McClure said they had made the decision to downsize but they would be remaining in North Ward.The home is located only a short walk from The Strand, shops and restaurants.It is filled with luxury appointments such as a double oven in the kitchen and Caesarstone benchtops, walk-in wardrobe, water feature, two indoor living areas and a double remote-controlled garage with direct entry to the home.Living Here Townsville agent Margaret Hill said the contemporary home had been expertly built and designed.center_img 53a Cook Street, North WardNeutral tones inside add to the relaxed vibe and laidback style of the home.A void created by the timber staircase creates an architectural feature in the heart of the house while the top floor has more bedrooms, a second living area, and two balconies with pleasant views of Castle Hill.The four-bedroom, three- bathroom, two-storey house nestled in the seaside suburb of North Ward is now on the market and asking for offers of more than $935,000. 53a Cook Street, North WardMore 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 2020Deni McClure designed the home while it was constructed by her builder husband Chris McClure.Mrs McClure said they had nicknamed this luxurious abode “Club Cook” because every day living there feels like a holiday in an exotic, tropical location. “We wanted it to be open so you can be inside but you feel like you’re outside and then you’ve also got lots of outdoor areas,” she said.“When our family come they call it ‘Club Cook’. Then, when we have Christmas off but we’re not actually going anywhere, and people ask where we’re going for Christmas we say ‘Club Cook’. And they go ‘where’s that?’– and we say ‘it’s 53a Cook Street’.“It’s like we’ve gone to Bali.”last_img read more