Imagine yourself with a prime piece of rare ocean view land looking out to Moreton Island. A perfect sized block of 400m2 to build your own dream home and investment opportunity.
The block is elevated for the best views and located in a quiet cut-de-sac with local traffic only.
Situated within a ten minute drive to all Caloundra beaches, new Birtinya shopping precinct, new SCUPH hospital, race course, easy Bruce Highway access, and just around the corner from Aura's community of schools and shopping.
This is an amazing opportunity to get into the ever growing Sunshine Coast property market. First home buyers may be eligible for a government grant.
If you prefer a package deal, there are uniquely designed plans drawn up for a four bedroom, two bathroom, two garage home with a possibility of dual living.
Land such as this in a prime location is becoming scarce. For further information on this outstanding opportunity, please don't hesitate to contact us.
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400m2 of relatively flat land Build your dream home to capture views of Moreton Island Fantastic location within ten minutes of beautiful beaches Small exclusive subdivision of 18 blocks Easy access to Bruce Highway and within a short drive of schools, shopping precincts and Sunshine Coast University Hospital Uniquely designed house plans available on request
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