Large Beachside Home With An Even Larger Personality
Time to get excited! A beautifully renovated 5 bedroom 1970's beach home which retains a sense of fun and holidays.
The location in trendy Marcoola Beach is perfect with the beach access only steps away and a short stroll to cafes, local shops, surf club and the popular Friday night food markets.
The home is built over two levels with dual living or Airbnb an easy option.
The ground floor features open plan living with fresh modern finishing. Three bedrooms, a large living room, a bathroom and a modern full kitchen can comfortably accommodate retirees or the average sized family.
On the upper level two large bedrooms, a kitchenette, a bathroom and a second living space enjoy the sea breezes which flow through from the sun room on the eastern side, to a timber balcony positioned to catch the last rays as the sun sets over Mount Coolum.
In fact this home has multiple outdoor entertaining areas to embrace the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. There's a spa bath overlooking the grassy backyard and established gardens.
Off street covered car accommodation for 2 or 3 cars includes a single lock-up garage currently being used as a workshop/studio.
Here are the features at a glance: - 2 kitchens - 2 living spaces - 2 modern bathrooms - 5 bedrooms - Air conditioning - Ceiling fans - Dual/split living opportunities - Immaculate gardens - 2 car carport with an option for a third car space in the garage or keep it as a workshop - Outdoor living on the eastern side for cosy winters - A west facing balcony positioned to catch the summer sea breezes - Relaxing spa bath - Shed - Plenty of storage - Fully fenced
This Northern pocket of Marcoola Beach has for years been a sleepy secret of the Sunshine Coast. Savvy buyers are realising with the change in flight path and the exciting new international airport, now is the time to invest in Marcoola Beach.
Buyers you must come and inspect this classic beach shack style home beautifully renovated by the current owners. Take a walk to the beach, grab a coffee at Bulli cafe and then call us to make an offer!
Call Mark Lawler 0423 766 713 or James Henley 0416 052 032 for more information or to arrange an inspection.
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