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THIS house should be on every buyer's tick list. Boasting three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one of which is an ensuite, a double lock-up garage and all in the heart of Maroochydore.

An easy walk to the beach and just a stone's throw from the future CBD, this low-maintenance home is the perfect opportunity to get into Maroochydore.

The new Maroochydore CBD will be within easy walking distance, future proofing your location as the ideal centre point between work and the beach. Enjoy gorgeous beaches, shop till you drop at major retail outlets, wine and dine on Ocean Street or just appreciate all of the opportunities that come from living centrally.

The kitchen is fully appointed with a stainless steel oven, cooktop and range hood. Ample cupboard space along with a large recess for a fridge, stainless steel dishwasher and stainless steel double bowl sink. All of this looks out to the open plan living/dining and outdoor entertaining area.

The master bedroom, located at the front of the home is complete with a walk-in robe and ensuite and looks out to the private and peaceful courtyard.

This property and neighbourhood will be perfect as an investment or a home. So long as you're after a solid home in a quiet, central location near the beach, schools, shopping, entertainment and the future CBD, this property is a must-see.


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