4/ 45 Verney Street, Kings Beach, Queensland 4551
SOLD BY DOUG WILSON & ANDREW DOUGLASPerched in an elevated breezy position with views of Kings Beach and the Shipping Lanes, this spacious and very well maintained unit has been tightly held by the current owner, but now is looking for new ones to come and enjoy it just as much.
The big kitchen has been renovated, offers great cupboard space and there is plenty of room to move for the chef of the family. The cavernous dining living area gives everyone room to stretch out while watching the tankers and cruise ships that pass all day long, and the living area opens up onto the long east facing balcony which brings the beautiful ocean breezes in.
The over-sized light and bright master bedroom is ensuited and has loads of robe space, and the other two good sized bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom and also have built in robes.
In a boutique block of only 8 in Tarrohan Lodge the unit is perfect for holiday rental or to live in permanently.
With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, solid brick construction, a bonus lift and only a few minutes walk to beaches and town it sets it apart from similar units on the market. No stairs to contend with but great views to enjoy! The complex also boasts a pool, secure lock up garage, a huge common roof deck area with 360 degree views from the ocean to The Glass House Mountains and secure entry.
Units of such a generous size and great location don't come along often, so make the call now to view this great property before it's gone!
BODY CORPORATE: $4,000 per annum (approx.)
RATES: $1400 per annum (approx)
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- Bedroom: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Garaging: 1
- Energy Rating: 0
Other Features / NotesVeranda, In-ground Pool, Ceiling Fans, Fenced
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This listing last updated: 2nd Nov 2015