In 1981 only a few scattered properties formed the start of this now very popular beachside suburb. It is also then that butter production ceased at the Maleny Butter Factory, the ship Anro Asia ran aground on the northern tip of Bribie Island and Number One Hundred and Seventy Oceanic Drive was lovingly designed and built. Since then a lot has happened and continues to happen in the surrounding area but fortunately this immaculate piece of blue-chip real estate has remained untouched.
Generations of family have fond memories of strolling across the road up over the dunes and into the surf as slowly this blue-chip suburb evolved around them one house at a time. Year after year; Christmas after Christmas the family would gather to enjoy one of the Sunshine Coast’s best kept secrets, but the time has come for another family to create their own memories here.
Features include –
+ Prime Oceanic Drive 564sqm block diagonally opposite beach access
+ First time offered to market, immaculate brick and tile low set
+ Three bedrooms with storage, ensuite and walk in robe to main
+ North facing aspect ideal for winter sunshine and summer breezes
+ Generous kitchen with courtyard view, adjacent dining and outdoor access
+ Air-conditioning to main living and main bedroom
+ Stunning low maintenance private gardens and sun-soaked courtyard
+ Extra-long garage great for hobbies or additional storage
+ Wonderful neighbours and great community
+ Close to beach, shops, schools, hospital and facilities
Positioned on a prime 564m2 block across the road from a beach access this solid lowset brick and tile home has been lovingly maintained for the past thirty-eight years. Opportunities of this calibre rarely become available so please contact Craig and Sonia today for more information.