Inside 153 O’Brien Rd, Pullenvale.“You’re close to the hustle and bustle of the city, but then you’ve got this retreat to come back to. “It’s a very different pace out here.Mrs Pomroy said the home would suit a family looking to enjoy the outdoors. “There’s space to move, space to breathe and the space to enjoy life,” she said. Inside 153 O’Brien Rd, Pullenvale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe four spacious bedrooms each have French doors that lead to the expansive wrap-around veranda.The master bedroom has an ensuite, a walk-in-robe and bay window seat that looks out over the lush gardens.“I love that no matter what room you’re in, you’re so connected to the outside,” Mrs Pomroy said.“We spend lots of time on the veranda, enjoying the landscape and fresh breeze. It’s truly breathtaking.”Mrs Pomroy said the home was very relaxing and private.“You get the best of both worlds when you live out here,” she said. The home at 153 O’Brien Rd, Pullenvale.“I saw a picture of it and fell instantly in love,” Mrs Pomroy said. The iconic Queenslander floorplan, with 3.3m-high ceilings, large windows and spacious living, dining, kitchen and family rooms, is connected by a central hallway. On the same level, there is a bathroom with a claw-foot bathtub and separate shower, laundry and bedrooms. REAL ESTATE: 153 O’Brien Rd, PullenvaleThis elegant family home has been beautifully restored and maintained. The grand, four-bedroom Queenslander, at 153 O’Brien Rd, Pullenvale, overlooks 1ha of manicured gardens and lush, rolling hills.Current owners Natassia and Andrew Pomroy purchased the home in 2009, after spending several months looking for property in the area.