INCREDIBLE VIEWS: Drone footage of 1116 Cedar Pocket Rd which is now up for sale.
INCREDIBLE VIEWS: Drone footage of 1116 Cedar Pocket Rd which is now up for sale. LJ Hooker

$1.35m Cedar Pocket mansion goes on market

A RURAL residential property overlooking Cedar Pocket Dam has been listed for more than $1 million.

The "Duchess of Cedar Pocket” - as it has been dubbed - is at 1116 Cedar Pocket Rd and is a beautiful home on more than 20ha of green, rolling countryside overlooking the Cedar Pocket Dam.

The Master Builder built home has 360 degree views.

"It's still anyone's guess where this buyer will come from as it screams value to anyone who lays eyes on it,” agent Clancy Adams said.

"We are hoping to see an official offer come from an interested party over the next week.”

The home was built in 2013 by Gympie Queenslander specialist and Master Builder Brad Adams and is highlighted by heritage style design and fretwork.

"The build is 100 per cent unique.

"The builder physically cut down and milled some of the unique hardwood timber features of this property to create something special and somewhat irreplaceable,” he said.

"The best way to describe the home is when you walk through it you ask yourself the question, will you ever see a home of its kind this impressive again? I think not.”

The property has panoramic views of Cedar Pocket Dam, rolling hills and surrounding mountains, captured from every aspect through external glass doors and over-sized windows.

A 242.5sqm hardwood veranda wraps around the entire home.

The owner is selling to travel, with a trip around Australia planned.

The property is on the border of Noosa hinterland and is not far from both Kin Kin and Gympie.

It has a 400m sealed driveway winding through trees, infrastructure, and is on 20.23ha of Cedar Pocket land.

The drone shot above shows a spectacular vista.

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