Noosa Real Estate
This property is perfect for relaxation, with ocean views to Caloundra on a clear day over the treetops and the calming sounds of the rolling surf waves breaking on the white sand that is Peregian Beach. Guests experience amazing sunrises over the ocean every morning and magic breathtaking full moons that glisten over the water in the evenings. With a track leading directly down to the beach through the beautiful native bushland reserve. This address is a prime holiday location in the Noosa region. A beach front property nestled in the sand dunes of Peregian Beach, Noosa is the perfect investment. This unique 3 bedroom family holiday house is being sold with functional furnishings, excellent investment opportunity and is currently booked in advance as 1 of 2 premium view beach houses with holiday guests. If your dream is to own a Beach House where you can holiday by the beach and generate income through holiday letting and onsite management, then you won’t find a better opportunity.
Open House times are listed below:
Sat 1st December 2018 11.30am - 12.30pm
Sat 8th December 2018 11.30am - 12.30pm
Sat 15th December 2018 11.30am - 12.30pm
Sat 22nd December 2018 11.30am - 12.30pm
Sun 30th December 2018 11.30am - 12.30pm
Real Estate Agent Contact: Dan Gleeson 54481922 or 0437695121
Architect Geoffrey Pie designed The Retreat's beach houses with the passion that can only come from close acquaintance. Listen to him describe the place he designed and loves:"Forget glitz and glamour, hustle and bustle. At Peregian Beach, you'll really discover what beachside holidays are all about. The Noosa glitter is only ten minutes away and yet the beach is semi-deserted. Life at 'Perij' means kids on bicycles to the shops, a couple of beers at the surf club, teenagers in the skate bowl, Sunday morning markets and cricket on the beach, being woken in the morning by the screech of black cockatoos, hide and seek in the sand hills, and fresh fish for breakfast. Retreating to a beach house needs to be something special - a contrast to life in the city. The aim is to reduce long term tiredness, and these houses are designed to do just that."
— Geoffrey Pie, Dip.Arch. (Qld Uni), Dip. (Q.I.T.), T&C.P., F.R.A.I.A.