Independent and FREE - 2021 Best Online Publication

New units in ‘reinvented’ town lure buyers west

Independent and FREE – 2021 Best Online Publication (Qld Country Press)

New units in ‘reinvented’ town lure buyers west

[pj-news-ticker]

A new Coast development beckons as buyers driven from the coastal market look west

Do you have a news tip? Click here to send to our news team.

‘I fell in love with the sound’: the gift that changed Sari’s life

An up-and-coming Sunrise Beach musician has revealed how a gift from her Dad changed her world forever. If you have not heard the name Sari More

Experience the magic of The Festive Garden

Elves, carollers and a forest of twinkling lights will delight visitors at a free Christmas experience at Tanawha. Sunshine Coast Council’s latest Christmas offering, The More

Local knowledge secures Mooloolaba property gem

When it comes to dry block house sales, Mooloolaba continues to charge ahead. The four-bedroom "move-in-and-live" house at 40 Brentwood Avenue in Mooloolaba was the More

A landmark construction in a “reinvented” Nambour is hoping to attract buyers looking west as the coastal strip overheats and drives people out.

Pre-construction has started on Pinnacle on Maud which will include 40 two-bedroom units.

“For many buyers, Nambour has been hiding in plain sight,” said Amber Werchon, director of Amber Werchon Property.

“There is enormous competition in the coastal areas, driving buyers from our coastal properties to enquire about listings here in Nambour.”

The hinterland town, which is undergoing a revival called Reimagine Nambour, has major healthcare facilities, access to rail and the potential of a university campus.

Gavin Wuiske, Frenchy Devos, Amber Werchon and Scott Harrison at the site of Pinnacle on Maud.

Expert real estate analysts, like Sunshine Coast local Terry Ryder, also have their eye on Nambour.

He considered it a good place for both home buyers and investors and said it was very underrated.

Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/scnews2020/

Subscribe to our free daily news feed. Go to Subscribe at the top of this story and add your name and email. It’s that simple.

Pinnacle on Maud has been touted as a development that represents exceptional value and and opportunity for many people to buy, instead of continuing to rent.

Pinnacle on Maud will offer the opportunity to buy in ‘underrated’ Nambour.

It’s set to bring a new style of dwelling into an area that has almost zero vacancy rates on rental properties.

Remaining units come with the option of a $455 per week rental guarantee from a third party, for buyers looking for an investment.

“We’ve had significant interest in this project from owner occupiers and investors alike,” Ms Werchon said.

“From first-home buyers to empty nesters looking to cash in on their capital growth and downsize into a low maintenance lifestyle that has been developed and built by Grandview.

“With the reinvention of Nambour in full swing, it’s logical that dwelling style starts to adapt to the changing nature of the township.”

Pinnacle on Maud offers a low maintenance lifestyle.

 

MORE NEWS

Why the region’s junior lifesavers are so excited

Sunshine Coast lifesaving officials and competitors are savouring their big win at the Queensland Inter-branch championships. The region's representative team proved once again they are More

New inquiry to target social media giants and trolls

Social media giants will be forced to explain what steps they're taking to keep people safe on their platforms as part of a new More

Boost for international students and our economy

The University of the Sunshine Coast has applauded Federal Government announcements that should support students and Australia's economic recovery. The Government announced a package of More