Three of a kind: outdoor spas

Three of a kind: outdoor spas

first_imgThe spa at 16 Wright Street, Balmoral, is a talking pointA spa or Jacuzzi was once considered a luxury, the preserve of the rich with sprawling estates. Things have changed. Today’s spas are not only affordable, but they can fit into the tightest of spaces, or even be incorporated into a family pool. There are claimed health benefits too. Some companies say taking a soak is an effective way to reduce stress, induce sleep, banish aches and pains and revive energy levels. Aside from that, they’re simply a great way to unwind after a long, hard day at work. 39 Cottman St in Buderim has a pool with a spa benchWhere better to do that than at 39 Cottman St in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, where you can pull up a pew for some relaxation therapy. Idle away the time in the four-bedroom property’s inground pool that features a spa bench and waterfall. Once you’re suitably relaxed you may wish to stretch outon the sun terrace or lie back in the cabana. On chillier evenings, dry off by the fire pit. The executive home is on the market for $1.35 million through Grant Smith at Century 21.In Pacific Pines on the Gold Coast the four-bedroom property at 3 Wellers St has a unique inground pool with waterfalls and a spa. Built as part of the home’s extensive outdoor entertaining area, which includes a bar and full kitchen, the pool has been constructed using stone and wood for a true back-to-nature feel. The house also comes with two double garages. It is on the market for offers of more than $679,000 through Tina Ball at Ball Realty.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago 3Weller Street has a pool with waterfalls and a spaThe entertaining pavilion at the rear of a property at 16 Wright St in Balmoral, Brisbane, overlooks a sparkling inground pool and adjoining spa. Part of a four-bedroom Queenslander, which is open to best offers through estate agents Cathy Richards and Zita Durand of Place, Bulimba, the house has calming, neutral interiors and a traditional white-picket fence out front. “It’s been a very looked at property,” Ms Durand says, “and most people who have come to view it have commented on the spa. “You don’t necessarily see them that often these days, but I think people still quite like the idea of them. It has certainly been considered a positive addition to the house.”last_img

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