Here’s an opportunity not to be missed, says Simon Birse of Ray White Maroochydore, to secure a beachside property at an affordable price.
It’s ideal for the person or family looking to get their own slice of beachside paradise or the investor who is looking to secure a piece of blue chip real estate which will only increase as the years go by.
Excellent long-term tenants of 20 years plus are happy to stay on if desired by the new owner, making this a hassle-free investment opportunity.
Boasting three bedrooms and new carpet throughout, the house has separate lounge/dining areas and a bright, fully functional kitchen which adjoins the dining area.
Enjoy a family get-together or summer barbecue in the courtyard which could be easily enclosed for all-year entertainment.
And it’s less than three minutes walk to the soft white sand at Warana Beach (voted by locals as one of the best beaches the Sunshine Coast has too offer), kilometres of pristine, uncrowded coastline which stretches from Pt Cartwright to Currimundi Lake.
Just a short walk to the end of the street to the local shopping centre and convenient public transport access, the property is also close to Kawana Shopping Centre, primary and high schools and much-sought-after services and amenities.
With beachside land in short supply on the Sunshine Coast you can’t go wrong with an investment in this position, Simon says. It’s a great opportunity to renovate the property or to have as an investment for future renovations.
“The great things for the area are that it is 90% residential dwellings so there is no significant influx in tourists coming to the area at Christmas and Easter times such as at Caloundra and Mooloolaba.
“Approximately 10 kilometres of beach which spans from Currimundi Lake in the south up to Pt Cartwright and the lighthouse to the north which also adjoins La Balsa Park and the Mooloolah River foreshore.
“The area has a lot of infrastructure in place with various local shopping centres and if you need a specialty item then there is Kawana Shopping centre which has future expansion proposals including cinemas put forward for council approvals.
“Kawana Home Centre and Lake Kawana with the rowing course are other attractions. There are several parks throughout the area, a lot with barbecue facilities, children’s playgrounds and primary and secondary schools.
“The possibilities are endless in this area.”
Source: The Sunshine Coast Daily | Erle Levey