Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Stunning Alex Design Ultimate Coast Abode

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Stunning Alex Design Ultimate Coast Abode

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location: 44 Buderim Ave

features: House with views

agent: Amber Werchon

inspect: Today 11-11.30am

MY PICK: Golden triangle, architect-designed home with perfect north-east aspect on top of Alex Hill with panoramic ocean views that encompass Mudjimba Island and beyond.

Designed by Lindsay Clare, this home embodies the essence of Sunshine Coast living and flows over four levels to offer great separation of living and space for all the family while showcasing the amazing vista from almost every room via extensive glass.

It has three bedrooms, plus a fourth option, two offices, two bathrooms, multiple living areas and two-car accommodation.

It has quality fixtures and fittings, including stainless-steel appliances, stone bench tops, high ceilings and warm, timber features.

Set in an elevated position, this striking home, which won home of the year when built, is on a lush, landscaped, low-maintenance block, within walking distance of Mooloolaba and Alexandra Headland.

What is hot right now? Alexandra Headland remains popular and, because of its popularity in relation to available stock, homes and apartments are selling quickly, many in a multiple-buyer situation and sometimes within a matter of days.

Our own Mark McGill has enjoyed enormous success selling in this area.

There is much interest right now as buyers realise prices will only continue to rise and this truly is a "golden" location, perfectly positioned between Maroochydore and Mooloolaba. This property has unique character, charm and history.

Has the market changed since the start of 2014? The momentum from late last year has continued and strengthened this year and really shows no sign of abating. All indicators reflect renewed confidence in the economy and in property as a solid, long-term investment.

Property prediction for the second half of 2014? For the Sunshine Coast, things are looking rosy, especially with interest rates so low, strong jobs growth in this region and the massive infrastructure projects under way and planned.

Are vendors more open to auction than previously? …

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