Love to live in the front row, an absolute beachfront position in the dress circle of Noosa's hotspot Sunshine Beach?
Do your ultimate aspirations encompass designing a one-off show stopping masterpiece, just footsteps to toes-in-the-sand?
Behold the opportunity of a lifetime, the one-and-only remaining site in the much-coveted Park Crescent. It awaits those who seek innovative, evocative architecture, yet understand the privilege of residing in a millionaire's playground which has immense cachet.
From the street it is impossible not to be impressed by the exceptional setting, the gentle sloping land, and the mesmerising sound of waves washing over the white-sand beach. Picture the potential knockout views, from the headland of the Noosa National Park, sweeping north-easterly across Sunshine Beach and the Coral Sea, 180 degrees south to Mooloolaba, and beyond to the hinterland.
In proximity, is the vibrant Sunshine Beach village with nationally known restaurants, bars, boutiques and also the Sunshine Beach Surf Club. Walk to Noosa Heads and Hastings Street via Alexandria Bay in the Noosa National Park.
The extreme shortage of available properties has created a sense of urgency in the market," comment Tom Offermann Real Estate agents Eric Seetoo and Nicholas Hunter, who have slated the land for auction on Saturday 28 November 2020. "Many properties are being sold sight unseen and often within days of listing. Record salesâ¯in Sunshine Beach from $14m to $18m,â¯strongly underpin the current market."
"This is a rare opportunity to acquire beachfront land, appoint a renowned architect and build one of Sunshine Beach's most treasured and talked about beach homes."
Land: Absolute Beachfront Sunshine Beach Facts & Features: - Land Size: 531m2 gentle sloping - Beachfront - Location: walking distance to Sunshine Beach, Sunshine Beach Village, Surf Club & patrolled beach; short drive to schools, Aquatic Centre, Tennis Academy & sporting fields, Noosa Main Beach, Hastings Street & Noosa National Park; nearby is off leash doggy beach