116 Harbour Dr, Trinity ParkMOBILE retirees, young professionals and brown thumbs keen on luxury but not so fussed on high maintenance gardens are expected to flock to inspect a Trinity Park property.Jean and Gus Graham have been living at their 116 Harbour Dr home for six years but with retirement now on the cards, Mr Graham wants a bigger area to “potter around in”. “We bought it off the builder and it has been very, very low maintenance. You’ve got the space but you’ve got no maintenance at all,” Mrs Graham said. 116 Harbour Dr, Trinity Park“The high level of inclusions includes porcelain tiles, granite benchtops, air conditioning and LED downlights throughout, TV and data points to all rooms and low maintenance features such as an exposed aggregate path surrounding the entire house, gutter guard and artificial grass,” she said. “The kitchen boasts induction cooktop, integrated dishwasher, plumbed water filter and waste disposal and illuminated display cabinets. Granite splashback and benchtops with double width counter is perfect for entertaining and daily preparations while enjoying the view of the pool and running water feature.” A spacious master bedroom, with discrete walk-in robe and views of the pool also has an ensuite with double vanities and showers, a bidet and a spa bath. The remaining three bedrooms each have built in robes and the internal laundry has been thoughtfully designed with overhead cupboards, external access, air conditioning and a ceiling fan. 116 Harbour Dr, Trinity Park“We have put in astroturf instead of grass, but now we want a bit more garden.“If I could pick this house up and put it on a larger block, I’d be very happy.”The Grahams said a patio with raised portico style roof and a crystal clear swimming pool, located in the middle of the home, maintained privacy and was the most used part of the house.The area joins two wings of the property and is flooded with natural light and breezes from the marina. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago 116 Harbour Dr, Trinity ParkClose to shops, rainforest trails and beaches, the four-bedroom home’s impeccable finishes contribute to the appeal of the home.“The house would suit people with grown children who don’t need a garden to play in, or a retiree who wants to lock up and go touring, or a professional couple who don’t have time to mow lawns,” Mrs Graham said.“It’s a really luxurious kitchen. I used to cook when my children were here but not anymore“We like the location here — the boat ramp is near, we have got the marina, we can walk to Half Moon Bay, if you’re into walking tracks, Earl Hill is close by.“We don’t want to move too far away from the area.”Elite Real Estate Services agent Carol Thomas said no expense had been spared throughout the home.