Banora Point home has a backyard with a nature reserve and a view from the top

first_img7 Westwood St Banora PointWith a nature reserve over the back fence the property is described by McGrath Coolangatta and Tweed agents Chris and Kelly Holt as a tranquil retreat. The mother-of-two said the access to the nature reserve is a house down and is very popular for the family.“There is a concrete staircase that leads into the reserve and there is a creek in there which the kids love to play in.” The four-bedroom contemporary home is located in the Sanctuary Park estate and is poised on a 635sq m block and has an open floor plan that creates a seamless flow out onto the timber deck. 7 Westwood St Banora Point“The kids have the downstairs to themselves.“Jerard and I really didn’t look at too many homes when we wanted to buy because we were very certain of moving into this particular estate, it is close to schools and shops and the kids could make friends in the area.” Westwood St Banora Point“We love the views from the top deck,” Mrs Robinson said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe couple bought the home four years to raise their two children and said they were attracted to the open plan living but were sold on the family friendly neighbourhood. “This house was definitely one for the family, there are separate outdoor entertaining spaces so I can have a coffee in peace and the kids can have their own space to play.center_img 7 Westwood St Banora PointTHIS Banora Point home commands the street with a modern facade and a well-manicured garden but the backyard is all decked-out for entertaining. Three timber decks and an in-ground swimming pool create the perfect setting for a Sunday barbecue at 7 Westwood St, according to homeowners Kristin and Jerard Robinson. last_img read more