Seaside exuberance is sure to impress

EVERYONE needs sunshine in their lives and this beach belle has it in buckets and spades.

The location is holiday heaven. Just 100m to the surf, nearby is the surf club and across the road is the vibrant Sunshine Beach village, with its eclectic meld of places to shop, eat, drink and arguably the best coffee on the coast.

Taking apartment living to new heights is a four-storey duplex. Arrive and the immediate reaction is to take the lift to the main living spaces, head up a few stairs to the rooftop deck, then sigh.

What a panorama. The Pacific Ocean and surf breaks out front, Noosa National Park and Lions Head to the left and sweeping south is a gulls-eye view to Coolum, Mooloolaba and beyond.

Elements have been designed to draw you to a sea or leafy view from every room and every deck; the interior design has tapped into today's essential holiday vibe of relaxation; and a simple palette of high-end materials including polished timber floors complement today's minimalistic look.

On the ground floor are two suites with queen beds plus a bathroom; the next level has a bedroom with two single beds, a family bathroom, and the master suite with a king bed opens out to its own courtyard.

Central to good times and al fresco lunches is the terrace, which has a plunge pool. Indoors, the dining area, fully-equipped kitchen with Baumatic appliances, and the casual lounge space dictate that living is laid back, just as it should be.

"With its magnificent views and proximity to Noosa, Sunshine Beach is hot property, achieving ever-increasing record prices and amazing investment opportunities," says Tom Offermann. "Life on Bryan doesn't get much better than this."


2/4 Bryan St

4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Beachside apartment with lift access, air-conditioning, rooftop deck and plunge pool, ocean and hinterland outlook. Secure basement parking

Price: $3.25m

Agent: Roark Walsh and Tom Offermann at Tom Offermann Real Estate

Contact: 0437 447 804, 0412 711 888

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