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Discover the beauty of Little Cove

Orin O'Rourke

THE opportunity of a lifetime has arrived for one lucky buyer, a blank canvas in Little Cove awaits you.

On the doorstep of Noosa National Park and a three-minute walk to one of the best surf beaches in Australia, and newly declared the 10th member of the World Surfing Reserve. 

Orin O'Rourke

Apartment 2 in Kalang presents a rare opportunity and an affordable entry into sought-after Little Cove.

North facing, with ocean views filtered by a lush green canopy, you are a five-minute walk away from the restaurants, boutiques and vibrant lifestyle of world renowned Hastings Street. 

This single-level apartment is located on the ground floor in a boutique block of four, with low body corporate fees. It boasts a large open floorplan with two bedrooms and two bathrooms and a lovely kitchen.

Air-conditioning and ceiling fans throughout will ensure you remain comfortable when taking that well deserved holiday.

Leave as is and enjoy the serenity in your own piece of paradise or turn it into something truly special. Great potential for fantastic holiday income or keep it all to yourself. 

Little Cove is one of the most tightly held pieces of real estate on the eastern seaboard of Australia and this property will not last long.

Opportunities like this only arise a few times in a decade and now is the time to put your best foot forward and secure your very own piece of Noosa's paradise.

LITTLE COVE

2 Kalang, 18 Allambi Rise

2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Car

Features: North facing in Little Cove, great income potential, boutique block of four apartments. Ground floor position in one of Noosa's most popular holiday destinations

Price: $1,095,000

Agent: Kym de Warren and Jon Blonk at Richardson & Wrench Noosa

Contact: 0412 325 421, 0412 806 252

Inspection: Contact agent

Topics:  apartment living beachside property ground floor little cove noosa noosa national park richardson and wrench noosa single level sunshine coast


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