By the water's edge

WITH nothing more than lawn and the road between the front door and the water's edge, 153 Esplanade, Golden Beach, should be hot property.

And the fact that the sellers are moving on for no other reason than they miss the large acreage lifestyle, this four-bed, dual living opportunity is just waiting to be sold.

Super keen to sell, the vendors already have their eye firmly on another property.

"This is a very short auction campaign because the owners are in such a hurry to sell and secure another," Deon Gordon of Ray White Maroochydore said.

"They've already missed out on one property and know the first step in securing another rural property is to sell this place.

"Just across the road is Pumicestone Passage.

"The house doesn't need much to bring it up to a modern standard, it's nicely elevated and a nice place to relax and watch the ships cruise their way up and down the coast."

Benefiting from breezes more like air conditioning, the home is also well equipped for a dual living situation. All that is missing in the kitchenette on the ground level is a cook top. A full kitchen is on the upper level along with formal lounge sitting area, dining and the master bedroom.

An extra bonus is a 3bay shed as well as double car accommodation with internal access. Situated close to shops, schools and Pelican Waters Golf Course, there is very little this solid opportunity doesn't offer.

Going to auction Saturday, January 21 at 2pm, the property will be open for inspection from 1.30pm.

Pick up your copy of Sunshine Coast Daily Weekend on Saturday for all you need to know about the Coast's real estate market


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