Deserving immediate attention is this ideally positioned 2-bedroom apartment, on the top floor, with great bones and superlative features. It's at the end of the popular St Tropez complex, which is located across the road from a park, which abuts restaurants such as Rickys and Rock Salt.
See for yourself how the large undercover private balcony off the open plan living and dining space looks out to, and along the Noosa River where pleasure boats, kayaks and paddle boarders ply the waterway. Look below to the grass area and pool which together run the length of the complex's revetment wall. Ditto the white sand beach area where you could anchor your tinnie or catch a fish for the barbeque. Swimming in the clear aqua briny is a must.
The bright white kitchen has plenty of storage, a breakfast bar and all the necessities to create a family meal. There are two bedrooms and the bathroom has laundry facilities. The main bedroom has views of the park with kid's slides and swings, a bus stop and a wharf where the Noosa ferry stops.
Let's not forget the bonus. Unlock the door, go up a few stairs and check out a treasure trove. The 10m long roof terrace has spectacular views and is a simple project for a reno-supremo. It's potentially the icing on the investment cake.
Apart from Quamby Place being home to some of Australia's finest restaurants and friendliest cafes there's also a small supermarket. It's a short easy walk to Hastings Street, Noosa Main Beach and Alexandria Bay and the Noosa National Park, with its world-renowned surf breaks, is an easy cycle ride.
"Noosa Sound wears many hats," says Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Eric Seetoo, "from playground of the rich and famous, locals who call it home and others who understand their investment is secure in such a favoured holiday destination."