Apartment for Sale

3277 Surfers Paradise Boulevard Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217

$335,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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Apartment for Sale in Surfers Paradise

Absolute Beachfront - Prime Location!

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Located on the 4th floor, this spacious one bedroom apartment of over 100m2 in the highly sought after 'Beachpoint' building, directly across from the beach, is exactly what you have been looking for. Featuring an open plan living/dining area which flows out onto the full length balcony, split system air-conditioning, and quality appliances, this apartment has it all! The owners have also created a large multipurpose room which is ideal for additional storage or a separate study. With a great tenant in place, you have the option to continue renting or alternatively move in and enjoy everything this beachside pad has to offer.

  • Spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom + multi-purpose room
  • Size: 101m2 (approx)
  • Secure car park
  • Split system air-conditioning & ceiling fans
  • Built in wardrobe
  • Extensive facilities
  • Council Rates: $1700 per annum (approx)
  • Water Rates: $1300 per annum (approx)

Located directly across from the Beach, 'Beachpoint' is highly regarded with impressive facilities inclusive of an outdoor & indoor pool, sauna, spa, BBQ and full size tennis court. The building is a short stroll to Cavill Avenue and the centre of Surfers Paradise with a range of cafes, restaurants and shops to choose from!

Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

1

Bathrooms:

1

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