Spacious living on the level

GET into the market and make your mark. This is a fabulous opportunity to buy into the Noosa Waters Estate, surrounded by quality homes.

What a location - a builder's or renovator's dream with so much potential on offer.

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, just a stone's throw from Good Shepherd Lutheran College, Noosa River and all the conveniences that Noosaville has to offer.

This tidy and spacious, single-level, three-bedroom, two-bathroom, air-conditioned property offers its new owners such a good start already.

There are polished timber floors, high ceilings and it has a certain charm to it. There is plenty of natural light and two separate open living areas.

This single-level and spacious home is situated on a large and level 780sq m block with a lovely established garden at the rear. The alfresco outdoor entertaining area was thoughtfully designed to make the most of its north-east aspect and soaks up the sun.

There is a single lock-up garage with and a single open high carport adjacent to the garage that easily accommodates a car or even a boat or caravan if needed.

Renovate and reap the rewards or if you're looking to invest for the future.

This solid yet classic home is in a fabulous sought-after location.

NOOSA WATERS

40 Seacove Ct

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Tidy, spacious home on 780sq m in cul-de-sac, air-conditioned, polished timber floors, high ceilings

Price: Auction on site Saturday, May 27, at 9am

Agent: Tracy Russell at Tom Offermann Real Estate

Contact: 0413 319 879

Inspection: Saturday, Wednesday 12-1pm


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