QM PROPERTIES has announced the demolition of unfinished homes in Seaside Dr at Pacific Harbour.
"We have purchased the four properties near the sales office at Pacific Harbour," Pacific Harbour manager Annette Mengel said.
"The demolition has commenced and the machinery is now onsite."
The three homes at numbers 37, 39 and 41 Seaside Dr were sold as mortgagee in possession after the owner was unable to complete the build.
"Unfortunately the owner was unable to complete the homes and the receivers were appointed to sell the uncompleted homes as the homes were only partly constructed," she said.
Once removed, the three blocks, as well as number 35, the beachfront block next door, will come back onto the market.
The release of these very unique allotments is expected to further stimulate interest, as Pacific Harbour is rapidly growing into one of Australia's leading waterfront lifestyle destinations.
"Pacific Harbour ticks every box on a shopping list of desirable real estate qualities," Ms Mengel said.
"This unique land will create plenty of interest as it is right on the Pumicestone Passage.
"The north-facing blocks have unrestricted water views and will never be built out."
The outlook features the spectacular wide water views of the Pumicestone National Marine Park, with spectacular Glasshouse Mountains as a backdrop.
Across the canal, to the north-east, the owners of the new blocks will look towards a glamorous new architect- designed home.
The home, which straddles two pieces of prime canal-front land, has been designed by well-known Brisbane architect Robin Payne.
"This magnificent home features walls of glass, timber and a stone spine and lift," Ms Mengel said.
The five-bedroom, four-bathroom, triple-garage contemporary home with an edgy skillion roof design is a modern take on the Bribie Island beach house.
The outdoor dining and living area is connected to the open-plan lounge and kitchen by frameless glass walls and reflections ponds.
"This quality home will add value to Pacific Harbour and further raise the bar on design in the area," Ms Mengel said.