An enviable lifestyle awaits the fortunate, when centre stage right out front, are striking panoramas of the Coral Sea, white-capped waves rolling onto Peregian Beach and a coastline stretching beyond Mooloolaba to Point Arkwright. So easy to get lost in the moment.
Adding to the easy-breeziness of this coastal gem, which is partially perched on an escarpment and is in a boutique complex of five, is its proximity to toes-in-the-sand, including the doggy beach, plus diverse local offerings such as the lively Peregian Beach Village which is only a 900m stroll away.
Unwinding comes naturally throughout; however,it is the upper level which is the most exciting. Banks of sliders open off the generous high-ceilinged open plan living and dining spaces in a seamless fashion to the oh-so-wide, eco-timbered balcony. This is strategically orientated to capture not only those uninterrupted views but mesmerising moments such as being almost eye-level to hang gliders and in awe of humpback whales in season.
On the north-side, the large master bedroom with built-in robes and ensuite, also opens out to the balcony. It goes without saying that waking to unbelievable sunrises and the sound of the surf are daily occurrences.
The contemporary kitchen with 2-pac cabinetry, stone look topped benches and breakfast bar plus premium appliances, would suit every enthusiastic cook and entertainer.
On the level below is a bedroom, also a media/lounge room which could easily be a fourth bedroom. Both open to the balcony on the ocean-side of the apartment. Another bedroom is on the eastern side as is a family bathroom with a spa and next door is a laundry. A back door opens to a very private, palm-fringed back garden. There's ample room to create a vegetable patch and for the kids to play on the lawn.
"What a sage investment opportunity on so many levels including the very quiet yet popular location," enthuses Tom Offermann Real Estate agent Tracy Russell. "It's only 150m to the beach, so close to the Peregian Beach Surf Club, and the village with on-trend boutiques, a patisserie, artisan baker also cafes and restaurants, where you can take your four-footer to breakfast. There's also an abundance of nature such as hectares of the Noosa National Park with dedicated walking tracks and of course there are those magical ocean and coastal views."