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Enjoy this treehouse experience in Far North Queensland

In Far North Queensland, a luxury rainforest home, reminiscent of a lavish treehouse, is set to be auctioned.

Located at 44/7 Tari Place, Trinity Beach, this unique residence is just a short walk from the beach.

Crafted by Chris Van Dyke, the house has undergone a contemporary transformation, offering a modern take on the classic treehouse fantasy, according to realestate.com.au.

The property, described by selling agents Sean Thorpe and Jan Hooghe, of RE/MAX Cairns, as a “luxury resort in the Bahamas,” stands on a 1068sq m block.

It is accessible via a residents-only road and offers stunning views of the Coral Sea, Palm Cove, and Cape Tribulation.

Surrounded by palm trees, tropical gardens, and rainforest, the home creates an immersive treetop experience, whether you’re indoors, lounging on one of the decks, or swimming in the in-ground pool.

The home’s unique hexagonal design maximises panoramic views while ensuring comfortable living in the tropics.

Upon entering the top level, you are greeted by an open-plan atrium, formal lounge, and dining space, leading out to the upper deck.

The modern kitchen boasts a butler’s pantry, integrated appliances, custom black cabinetry, and a breakfast bar.

The main bedroom, with an ensuite and walk-in robe, is also on this level.

Downstairs, a central day lounge connects three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

This area opens onto an entertaining deck, ideal for an outdoor kitchen and lounge.

Steps lead down to the pool area, encased in a hardwood timber deck and lush greenery.

Additional features include a two-bay carport, a 10kw solar system, and a fully insulated roof.

The auction is scheduled for Saturday, December 2, at 9:30 am.

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