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In the heart of Mooloolaba

THESE apartments truly do stand apart from the rest. After all, where else can you buy this close to everything?

Generous decks both north and south, so you can watch the sun rise and the sun set. Massive living areas, fully ducted air-conditioning where you can entertain and hold large gatherings.

A house-sized kitchen with granite benchtops, heaps of cupboards, and high- quality appliances and a walk in pantry with built in wine storage.

A master bedroom with a generous ensuite, a walk in dressing room and plenty of room for the king-sized bed. Main bathroom with a separate toilet.

The other two queen-sized bedrooms both have expansive balconies. A spacious main bathroom comes with shower, and bath.

A store room that is the largest you will find, you can lock up personal items in here and rent the apartment out as required. Two car accommodation plus caged storage.

All this and just a short, one block walk to the beaches and cafes

This block of apartments is very unique, with first-class on-site management and with a large number of owner-occupiers in residence, it is testament to the space and quality that is on offer.

MOOLOOLABA

U18, Pandanus Building, 15-21 Smith St

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Quality apartments in central location, fully ducted air-conditioning. Walk to beach and esplanade. Pool, spa, on-site management

Price: $950,000

Agent: Vicki Stewart at Stewart Property

Contact: 0412 713 041, 5457 8100

Inspection: Contact agent

Topics:  mooloolaba price property real estate



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