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In the highly sought-after Sea Pearl complex, the beachfront sub-penthouse at 1002/20 First Avenue, Mooloolaba, presents the ultimate in coastal living.

It is the first time in 12 years, this 254sqm apartment, boasting “some of the most spectacular views available on the Coast” has reached the market and agents don’t believe it will last long.

As well as three spacious bedrooms, two with ensuites, a main bathroom, media room and modern kitchen with butler’s pantry, the new owner will have access to a communal gym, heated lap pool, spa and sauna.

Richard Scrivener.

Next Property Group’s Richard Scrivener said the exclusive address mixed with “high stock” and rarely became available.

The apartment was originally bought off-the-plan for $2.8 million in 2010 and Mr Scrivener expected interest to be strong ahead of its auction, to be held onsite at noon on June 18.

“This is a truly unique property on Mooloolaba’s beachfront and is tightly held,” he said.

“There are very few properties that become available in Sea Pearl, which is regarded one of the best complexes on The Esplanade in Mooloolaba.

“We anticipate it to gather good momentum ahead of the auction. It’s one that’s not going to sit around for too long.”

Scroll down for more amazing photos of the dream property

Mr Scrivener said the last transaction in the complex was the penthouse, which sold for a cool $11 million in 2021.

Set across one level, the north facing luxury address offers spectacular 180-degree ocean views from Noosa to Point Cartwright.

A bedroom with some of the region’s most breathtaking views.

The lavish master suite makes the most of the expansive views and the large ensuite includes marble floors, floor to ceiling tiles and a free-standing bathtub that is perfectly positioned with the view in mind.

The large open plan, modern kitchen incorporates stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry, all ideal for entertaining.

The living and dining areas face the stunning Pacific Ocean and offer a luxurious space to appreciate the breathtaking views.

There is a good-sized home office and separate media room to kick back and enjoy a movie or watch some sport and the large wrap-around balcony is a comfortable space to sit and enjoy the busy, yet peaceful lifestyle that beach living has to offer.

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Mr Scrivener said the apartment would suit buyers who wanted a permanent live-in or a weekend getaway.

“I imagine the buyer will be someone who is downsizing or looking for a weekender,” he said.

Sub-penthouse features include:

  • First class location.
  • Ample living spaces.
  • Stunning ocean views.
  • Step onto the Mooloolaba Esplanade and patrolled beach.
  • Outstanding restaurants at your doorstep.
  • Communal gym and media room.
  • Huge lap pool and spa.
  • Walk to Mooloolaba Surf Club.

For more information, or to book an inspection time, visit Next Property Group. 

The open living and dining areas face the Pacific Ocean.
The open plan, modern kitchen incorporates stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances and a butler’s pantry.
The dining room is perfect for entertaining guests.
A spacious and comfortable media room.
The bathroom offers a great view of the Mooloolaba coastline.
There are two impressive bathrooms in the apartment.
There is a good-sized home office.
The apartment boasts sweeping ocean views from Noosa to Point Cartwright.

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