Here's your chance at a Bulcock Beach penthouse

WAKE and greet the day at this sub-penthouse on the eastern side of the Monaco, overlooking Bulcock Beach in the heart of Caloundra.

It is one of five apartments on the 11th floor of the resort and has been designed to create the perfect fusion of indoor and outdoor living.

Sweeping views are there as soon as you step inside the door - from the shipping lanes and Moreton Island, across Bribie Island and the waters of Pumicestone Passage to Golden Beach and out to the hinterland and Glasshouse Mountains.

The 227sq m apartment has that taste of luxury wrapped in a coastal lifestyle. It was bought from new by the current owner six years ago and has been lovingly maintained.

You have the choice of Bulcock Beach, Happy Valley, Kings Beach and Caloundra Headland, all within walking distance.

From the living area seven metres of stacker doors and windows open to the balcony and then another set of sliding doors opens from the kitchen, which offers a generous amount of stone preparation space.

Fitted with an icemaker fridge, Smeg stainless-steel under-bench oven and ceramic cooktop, the cabinetry has a two-pac finish in light pewter colours while overhead airplane-look cupboards come with frosted glass.

As well as a phone nook there is a powder room and laundry to one side.

The main bedroom shares the ocean, island and mountain outlook and access to the balcony.

As such you get pillow views to the shipping channel, Bribie Island and Pumicestone Passage.

In the ensuite, a glass screen gives island and water views from the spa bath, twin wash basins and open shower.

Catch the sea breezes in the north-east wing where there are two double bedrooms with views to the lighthouses and back to Moreton Island.

The main bathroom comes with a wide rectangular wash basin on a stone vanity top and a walk-in shower.

The north-facing balcony looks over the green landscape of the Arthur St sports and school precinct while the CBD is at your doorstep.

As well as ducted air-conditioning and security to each level, the apartment has the benefit of split-system air-conditioning.

There is double side-by-side car parking and a lockable storage cage to the width of the space.

Monaco features a fully equipped gymnasium, sauna hut, heated resort pool and barbecue facilities so you have the holiday feeling without leaving your home.


  • 1101 Monaco,
  • 12 Otranto Ave
  • 3 Bed, 2 + Bath, 2 Car

Features: Stunning sub-penthouse with wide ocean, island and mountain views. North and south-east-facing balconies

Price: Auction in rooms Thursday, March 26, at The Rumba Room, Caloundra, at 11am

Agents: Danelle Wiseman and Jonathan Pattinson at Ray White Caloundra

Contact: 0427 154 915, 0455 591 498

Inspection: Sunday 1-1.30pm

Topics:  bulcock beach caloundra

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