Calling all entertainers at heart

SECURE this meticulously presented unit in a prime location which has come on the market after 19 years.

Located in the heart of the Cotton Tree precinct in Maroochydore, opposite the open space of sports fields, in a well-maintained quiet complex within walking distance of beaches, cafes, leisure facilities, medical facilities and the new SunCentral CBD.

This meticulously maintained, light and airy unit is located in the heart of the Cotton Tree precinct in Maroochydore. The unit is in a well-maintained, quiet complex within walking distance to Maroochydore and Alexandra Headland beaches, cafes, boutiques, public transport, medical facilities and the new SunCentral CBD.

Comprising of two bedrooms with large built-in robes and master with ensuite, this unit has an open-plan updated kitchen and a covered east facing balcony off the living area.

With a secure basement parking plus adjacent storage and an exclusive-use roof-top terrace with a great outlook sets this unit apart from most in the area.

Who needs a car when everything is within easy walking distance of Sunshine Plaza, Big Top, Ocean St, Cotton Tree Esplanade with its boutique dining and cafes, Maroochy and Alex patrolled beaches and surf clubs, the picturesque river mouth, Cotton Tree park with fabulous children's playground, aquatic centre, tennis courts, bowls club and library. All this within 1.5km of the new SunCentral CBD development currently under construction.


7/44 Fourth Ave

2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Car

Features: Position, privacy, great outlook from rooftop terrace, security, light and airy

Price: $480,000

Agent: Ryan Tomlinson at Century 21 On Duporth

Contact: 0467 201 183

Inspection: Saturday 12.30-1.30pm

Topics:  beachside cotton tree for sale maroochydore property sunshine coast

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