Stylish and convenient coastal home

LOCATED in a quiet cul-de-sac surrounded by lush tropical gardens and mature trees, this impressive home feels more like a private oasis hideaway while only minutes to the secluded, uncrowded Yaroomba Beach and a range of local schools and shops.

From the soaring ceilings to the timber features throughout and spacious covered deck with a luscious lookout; this is the perfect place to rest, relax and rejuvenate.

There are three bedrooms each featuring a walk-in robe, two bathrooms a study nook and open-plan living that makes the most of the cooling breezes and natural light.

There is opportunity to expand, with plans already drawn-up to create dual living underneath the house. The gardens here are easily maintained and great for kids to run around and play whilst parents relax supervising from the deck.

Coolum Beach is just down the road and the perfect place to keep your family busy on the weekend boasting a market, local library, skate park, playground and a patrolled beach, there is something to keep everyone happy.

This gorgeous home is perfect for a range of buyers including a family seeking the relaxed coastal lifestyle or investors wanting to make the most of the high demand for beachside homes.

YAROOMBA

13 Perkins Place

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Relaxed, coastal living with tropical gardens. All three bedrooms feature a walk-in robe, just minutes from Yaroomba beach, double garage, area views, timber floorboards, courtyard

Price: Contact agent

Agent: Georgia Scharer at Belle Property Coolum

Contact: 0478 186 983, (07) 5302 6266

Inspection: Saturday 11-11.30am January 13


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