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Mount Mee property offers executive luxury

The executive home on The Lookout at Mount Mee offers striking views.

The executive home on The Lookout at Mount Mee offers striking views.

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The luxury Mount Mee property The Lookout will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in in Brisbane on November 4.

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MOUNT Mee property The Lookout is an idyllic country estate for a number of exceptional reasons but two in particular.

Firstly it is the very unique location - 17 hectares (41 acres) of fertile, predominantly cleared and well watered country in the elevated and peaceful country setting of beautiful Mount Mee.

Ray White Rural's promotional video for The Lookout.

Secondly it is the stunning executive home, arguably the best home at Mount Mee, which was specifically designed to take in the striking views offered by this unique location.

The Lookout has unsurpassed views of the unique domes, cones and spires of the World Heritage Listed Glass House National Park.

The Lookout has unsurpassed views of the unique domes, cones and spires of the World Heritage Listed Glass House National Park.

The Lookout will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on November 4. 

Mount Mee is located in the hinterland between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, some 1600 feet above sea level. Renowned for its rich volcanic soils, lush pastures, cool climate, high rainfall and wonderful views, Mount Mee is a small country village with a laid back rural community.

The home was built in 2009 from a concept plan by Bark Design Architects.

The home was built in 2009 from a concept plan by Bark Design Architects.

The home was built in 2009 from a concept plan by Bark Design Architects to optimise the views from all three bedrooms and living areas, and to be a sanctuary to unwind and relax.

The two level home is suitable for all ages as the vast majority of the home is on the one level.

The two level home is suitable for all ages as the vast majority of the home is on the one level.

The majority of the two level home is on the one level. The master bedroom has its own private study. Downstairs is a large multipurpose room, currently used as a gym, and the media room. The level of finish and fixtures throughout the home is first class.

Two areas of the home need special attention. Firstly the stunning entrance to the home with its soaring ceilings and tiled marble floor, and where the huge glass window frames the stunning views. However, it is the 22m long and 5m wide covered deck that really gets the heart racing.

The Lookout will be auctioned in Brisbane on November 4.

The Lookout will be auctioned in Brisbane on November 4.

The view from this deck offers unsurpassed views of the unique domes, cones and spires of the World Heritage Listed Glass House National Park, Caloundra to the Brisbane Airport, and even the sand hills on Moreton Island. On show are the peaks of Mount Beerwah, Mount Coonowrin, and the unmistakable Mount Tibrogargan.

Other improvements include a three bay shed, cattle yards, synthetic putting and chipping green and numerous fruit trees, and an ‘infinity’ pool. Water is also supplied from two dams, a spring fed creek, bore, large tanks, and a 1400mm average annual rainfall.

Contacts Jez McNamara, 0427 270 280, and Barry Quinn, 0409 828 342, Ray White Rural.

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