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Coast beach house has wide appeal

PRIME POSITION: The Alexandra Headland home features a tiled retreat opening to a covered deck with views from Alex Forest straight out to the ocean in front of Alex Surf Club.
PRIME POSITION: The Alexandra Headland home features a tiled retreat opening to a covered deck with views from Alex Forest straight out to the ocean in front of Alex Surf Club.

IT'S the Alex beach house that's high on a lot of lists.

It's got style, it's got space and it's got potential as well as position.

Set back from the street yet at the top end of this sought-after precinct that runs down towards the beach.

There is good off-street parking as well as lawn area at the front of the 764sq m block.

A statement paperbark tree frames the two-level house above garaging, as well as storage for surfboards and bikes near the pool equipment.

There is four-car garaging as well as a workshop area.

A heavy timber sleeper style entry deck adds to the beach feel.

Scott McCallum of Amber Werchon Property said people loved the size of the property.

"It is a development area and has space at the front so you could do a beach shack. There is room for expansion if needed.

"The set-back is huge. Just under 800sqm so a good-sized block for Alex.

"There is enough room for six cars, a caravan and a boat ... that's pretty good.''

Upstairs, there is a plunge pool to the north and tiled entertaining deck ... two sets of sliding doors blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living.

The media lounge, dining and kitchen have high ceilings.

The curved servery and benchtops are in what looks like black galaxy granite while the cabinetry has a soft white two-pac finish.

You have five-burner gas cooktop and stainless steel wall oven, a walk-in pantry with space for a second fridge plus an appliance nook.

Two bedrooms plus a bathroom and separate toilet are off the hallway.

Timber flooring is in the study while a tiled bedroom retreat with bathroom has access to the rear lawn and terrace. Ideal for guests.

Timber stairs turn back on themselves leading up to main bedroom suite.

A tiled retreat opens to a covered deck with views from Alex Forest straight out to the ocean in front of Alex Surf Club.

Mudjimba Island is in the north-east and you have glimpses of the coastline north of Coolum Beach.

A walk-through dressing area takes you to the main bedroom with timber flooring, mirrored wardrobes, and access to the deck so you can check the swell on the ocean at sunrise.

Split-system air-conditioning as well as ceiling fans are fitted throughout.

Tiled ensuite is separate, and features twin wash basins half recessed into stone vanity top, a double shower, good light and ventilation.

ALEXANDRA HEADLAND

23 Camfield Street

4 Bed, 3 Bath, 6 Car, Pool

Features: Open-plan living, granite kitchen with butler's pantry. Alfresco terrace with built-in outdoor kitchen. Plunge pool with water feature. Lock-up garage for four vehicles plus workshop and storage area. Additional on-site space to park extra vehicles including boat and caravan

Price: Auction on site Saturday, October 28, at 2pm

Agent: Scott McCallum at Amber Werchon Property

Contact: 0400 274 264

Inspection: Saturday 1pm October 14

Topics:  alexandra headland amber werchon property auction beach house lifestyle property ocean outlook potential scott mccallum sunshine coast



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