ALEX LIVING: 9/252 Alexandra Pde, Alexandra Headland.
ALEX LIVING: 9/252 Alexandra Pde, Alexandra Headland.

Alex beach or bluff at your front door

ALEXANDRA Headland could become your own surfer's paradise and also your place to call home.

Ray White Mooloolaba's Brent Higgins and Rhiannon Smith's auction Saturday of 9/252 Alexandra Pde is sure to have plenty of takers looking to make the two-bed, two-bath beachfront unit their own.

"Bilgola is a really good building in a great spot," Rhiannon said.

"The north-eastern ocean views are stunning and take in Mudjimba Island and beyond."

Situated on the top floor of the complex of nine, this end unit is offered furnished.

Currently returning $410per week, the body corporate fees are considered reasonable.

The owners of seven years have already left for other shores and are sure to be listening intently to today's noon auction.

Game changer

PACKING a punch visually, further enhanced by the 338sqm block of waterfront land, 38 Reflection Cres, Birtinya, goes to auction Saturday at 2.30pm with McGrath Estate Agents Damien Michael and Ian Baker.

A stunning residence of cutting edge design, the Trevor Reitsma creation, four-bed plus study home is sure to impress.

With an easterly aspect to the water, the quality home showcases features including an indoor solar-heated swimming pool and panoramic canal views.

For your comprehensive guide to auctions on the Sunshine Coast this week pick up the Real Estate magazine in the Sunshine Coast Daily Weekend on Saturday or Sunday.



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