At the quiet end of the street

A MODERN contemporary home with excellent tenants paying $600 per week. They have a lease till September 13 and would consider staying longer depending on the buyer's needs.

Wonderfully quiet, this home is nestled on a generous 715sq m block at the end of Binnea Street.

Even better is the dual street rear access from the spacious back-yard to Sunstone Court. This means a caravan, boat or trailer can be easily and securely stored. It also means a swimming pool can be added to the large level grassy back-yard at any time.

Accommodation consists of four bedrooms, two living rooms, two bathrooms and an open study.

The home features the master bedroom up a few stairs on a mezzanine level with an ensuite bathroom, large walk-in robe and sliding glass doors to a private garden courtyard. The other three bedrooms, main bathroom and study are in the west wing, while the second living room or media room is located on the east side of the wide entry.

For those who love to entertain, the modern kitchen is ideally located with full length glass bi-fold doors opening to a covered patio.

Family and friends can enjoy alfresco dining, followed by match of the day on the outdoor TV. 

Better still, have your own match of the day in a backyard large enough for cricket or football. 

The moment you drive to the cul-de-sac end of Binnea Street with its large shady trees and visitor parking, you'll realise this is a very special place to call home. 

You are close to beautiful Yaroomba Beach and majestic Mount Coolum. It's a level walk or bike-ride to the park or the beach by avoiding the Binnea Street hill and choosing the Warren Road footpath instead.


37 Binnea Street

4 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Modern, contemporary home on 715sq m, rear access. Two living areas. Reverse cycle split system air-conditioning, 1.5kw solar electricity

Price: Auction on site Saturday, June 30, at 3pm

Agent: Mark Lawler at Richardson & Wrench Coolum Beach

Contact: 0423 766 713

Inspection: Saturday 1.30-2pm June 9

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