When opportunity beckons

FIRST time offered for sale, the double brick and tiled house sits on 607sq m in one of Coolum's most sought-after streets. With a treed backdrop, everything Coolum has to offer is all within walking distance.

An open-plan living area opens onto the front porch to capture the northern breezes. Two carpeted bedrooms come both with built-in robes, ceiling fans and security screening.

The bathroom has a shower and single vanity, linen cupboard and adjacent is a separate toilet. A spacious kitchen is fitted with double sink and has ample cupboard space including pantry.

The laundry has a linen cupboard single washer tub, access out to the covered entertainment area. The entertainment area is situated between the house and the single garage.

You have two-car accommodation with a single brick construction and colorbond roof, and a separate Tri Steel-style single garage that backs on to the rear boundary.


21 Seaspray Avenue

2 Bed, 1 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Double brick and tiled house on 607sq m, handy to shops, school and beach

Price: Auction on site Saturday, November 4, at 1pm

Agent: Noel Mooney at North Shore Realty

Contact: 0417 756 076

Inspection: Saturday 10-10.30am October 14

Topics:  coolum beach first time offered for sale north shore realty property auction sunshine coast

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