First release to the market

CONSTRUCTION has now started on a superb boutique complex of just 10 house-sized town houses on Buderim.

Located opposite convenience shopping, chemists and coffee shops, this complex is the latest release from the award winning development team of La Bella Vita, Podium, and 18 Norman Avenue.

Designed with luxury, easy and independent apartment living in mind, these oversized town houses have been designed for the owner-occupier.

The lower level consists of a quality kitchen with stone bench tops and first class appliances with a large open tiled living area that extends to a large private outdoor courtyard.

The master bedroom, ensuite and additional toilet are located on the ground floor also along with secure access from the garage.

Upstairs, there are a further two great size bedrooms serviced by a wonderfully appointed central bathroom.

Bedroom 2 enjoys a private balcony while there is also a good size second living space or multi-purpose room upstairs also which in essence offers the floor area of a full four bedroom property.

With only 10 residences in the complex, living will be easy with low body corporate fees, the ability to bring your pet with you and enjoy all that Buderim has to offer literally on your door step.

For those needing public transport, it is all here, with easy access to buses from the complex.

BUDERIM

29-31 King St

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Car

Features: House-sized apartment living with ground floor master and large living areas, quality appliances, luxury finishes, pet friendly, low body corporate fees, air-conditioning, communal garden

Price: $480,000-$515,000

Agent: Damien Said at Century 21 on Duporth

Contact: 0411 725 624

Inspection: Contact agent



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