Unit 6/ 14 Bulcock Beach Esplanade CALOUNDRA, QLD 4551

Sold on 10 Sep 2013
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

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YES! Not a misprint - Act Fast

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

I'm under strict direction that these units are to be SOLD!

My owners have asked me to tell you to please disregard any previous guide on price that has been quoted as the owners situation and expectations here have changed dramatically.

They will meet the market and I have no doubt that these units are going to be brilliant value for any investor/owner occupier.

The only risk you run by inspecting and making an offer at where you see value, is buying it! I know this is going to be one of those 'I wish I had of stories' for a lot of disappointed buyers. INSPECT BEFORE ITS TO LATE!!

This apartment has amazing ocean views and is right in the heart of Caloundra's CBD.

It offers a fantastic lifestyle investment. Fully furnished the apartment is located directly across the road from Happy Valley beach, with restaurants and cafs on your doorstep.

  • Level three overlooking Happy Valley Beach/ Pumicestone passage
  • Two bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Master bedroom with balcony access and direct ocean views
  • Direct ocean views- Never to be lost, larger beach front balcony
  • Spacious air-conditioned open plan living and dining
  • Fully self-contained laundry and kitchen
  • Fully furnished, single secure car accommodation
  • Walking distance to absolutely everything you need
  • Fantastic family environment, 2 min stroll to both Kings and Bulcock Beach
  • Inground pool, professional onsite management

Inspect today to be dominated by breathtaking uninterrupted views that stretch the entire length of Happy Valley beach.

Position, position, Position!

  • 3rd Level
  • Air Conditioning
  • Onsite Management
  • Pool
  • Single Car Accommodation
  • Single Garage
  • Two Balconies






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