This is what Sunshine Coast living is all about

EPITOMISING space efficient living, without any compromise on quality or style. This spacious unit shares the high block and close proximity to the beach with the architecturally designed main dwelling.

The interior is all about light and space thanks to soaring raked ceilings featuring glazed windows. The living and dining areas are open-plan with white feature blinds and feature windows adding to the feeling of spaciousness.

Glimpses of blue ocean between can be caught from the leafy outlook on the peaceful and private outdoor entertaining area that flows from the living.

The kitchen features a walk-in pantry with preparation bench and an island bench. The sleek and minimalist and fittings and fixtures are of premium quality, light and air filters in from the high set wind- out windows making the kitchen feel open and spacious.

The master bedroom is very roomy with a view out to the trees and the deck, a large walk-in robe and a contemporary ensuite. Both bedrooms feature high windows for natural light and that all-important contact with the green outdoors.

Ceiling fans feature throughout, although the light draft keeps it cool most days, and the living areas are tiled for low maintenance living. Built-in space for your books and ornaments adds to the clean lines and sense of spaciousness. Additionally, inside the front entry is a study nook big enough for a desk and cabinet.

Recline on the breezy deck or swim at the patrolled beaches of Mooloolaba and Alexandra Headland, both beaches only minutes away.

ALEXANDRA HEADLAND

2/31 Tantula Rd East

2 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Modern and spacious unit, walking distance to Alexandra Headland beach, ideal for dual living or stand-alone residence

Price: Auction on site Saturday, April 8, at 1pm

Agent: Simon Thomas and Damien Michael at McGrath Estate Agents

Contact: 0418223160, 0413024124

Inspection: Saturday 12-12.30pm, Wednesday 5-5.30pm


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