Unit for Sale

Unit 8/5 Princess Lane Kings Beach, QLD 4551

$560,000Under OfferPlay Video
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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Unit for Sale in Kings Beach

Amazing Ocean and Beach View Unit

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Unbelievable! This amazing third floor unit is situated opposite the beach at ever popular Kings Beach overlooking the glorious surf and sand with uninterrupted views over the shipping lane and to Moreton Island. Amble down onto the patrolled beach or relax and enjoy a family BBQ by the pool. And being just short stroll to shops, cafes and restaurants makes this the ideal beachfront holiday unit or place to call home!

Already set up for holiday letting or as a private weekender, this spacious unit would also suit permanent living. With the decision to sell made, act quickly to inspect as this fantastic beachfront opportunity will be gone in a flash.

  • Prime elevated beach front location in the heart of Kings Beach
  • Open plan kitchen & living area with magnificent views of Kings Beach, the shipping lane and Moreton Island
  • Generous front balcony with panoramic ocean and beach views.
  • 2 spacious bedrooms, the main with stunning ocean views and balcony access
  • Secure lock up parking for one car plus large storage room
  • Being offered for sale fully furnished
  • Tightly held complex with swimming pool
  • Cafes and restaurants, the famous Kings Beach ocean pool, surf club, patrolled beach and Coastal Walkway all on your doorstep
  • Capitalise on this fantastic opportunity today
Features:
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Pool
  • Secure Parking
Building:

108m²

Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

2

Bathrooms:

1

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Suburb

Kings Beach

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