Hard to believe. Welcome to 15 Santa Monica Avenue with 936m2 of level land backing onto a wildlife corridor. It's the largest block of land in Santa Monica Ave and the surrounding streets.
"That's what we fell in love with" explain the sellers describing their purchase 17 years ago in 2002.
It wasn't just the backyard, the home had everything including 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, a lock up garage and a caravan carport.
All this in a single storey, low maintenance brick & tile home. Of course the proximity to everything Coolum has to offer is the reason buyer interest is predicted to be brisk for this property.
A short level walk to the beach, shops, cafes, churches, bowling club, surf club, library and the park. Retirees, families, renovators and property investors will be queuing up for this one. Perfectly liveable as is, with the opportunity to add value.
Here are the features at a glance:
31m frontage to wildlife corridor Only 2 neighbours Covered outdoor entertaining area 3 x 6m garden shed with concrete floor Raised vegetable garden Orchard house Water tank Brick BBQ area Bay windows Ceiling fans Built-in robes Security screens Central kitchen Single lock-up garage Internal access to home High set caravan/2nd vehicle carport Recent roof restoration Room for a pool with easy access Room to construct a granny flat
I urge you to come and inspect this rare gem. 936m2 is 50% larger than most Coolum blocks. Remember when back-yards were large enough for cricket and football...well here it is.
Call Mark Lawler on 0423 766 713 to arrange an inspection.
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