This fantastic single level brick home is a solid investment with great bones for renovation or to make your own and maximise your investment potential. A perfect opportunity to get started or build on your property portfolio in sought after Noosa Heads.
The home has 4 bedrooms including a generous master bedroom with ensuite, two lounge room/living spaces and a light-filled renovated kitchen with breakfast bar and plenty of storage, and an internal laundry with external access.
Surrounding the home are low maintenance grounds, sunny courtyards and a private in-ground pool nestled within a garden environment. Also there is double lock up garage with under cover entry to the home.
Well maintained by its current owners, they have upkept the home in pristine condition, with the addition of carpet, electronic gates for security and a 5KW solar system
Fabulously located within walking distance to the local farmers market, Noosa Junction or a 3 minute drive to Hastings Street shopping and restaurants owners will benefit from the amazing lifestyle options, just moments away.
Private 609m² block Substantial family home Brick construction Single level residence 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Large open plan kitchen & spacious living areas Rumpus room/media room Air conditioned in rumpus room Double lock up garage 5KW Solar system Easy care tropical gardens & pool Walk to 'The Heart of Noosa Junction' shopping 3 minute drive to Hastings Street & Main Beach
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