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No.4 Balyarta Crescent, Mooloolaba, has five bedrooms and two bathrooms on a 773sqm block, offering indoor and outdoor living suitable for families or retirees.

Next Property Group sales and marketing consultant Carmel La Macchia said the home offers an opportunity for coastal living at its finest considering it has water views.

“What’s special about it is that it’s on the water,” she said.

“You cannot have a pontoon but it is very reasonably priced, and you are still on the water.”

The property is listed for offers above $2.5 million, prompting many inquiries from local and interstate residents.

“Interstate buyers are the ones who have lived on the Sunshine Coast before and are trying to get back into the market,” Ms La Macchia said.

4 Balyarta Crescent, Mooloolaba.

The home offers ample space with its five bedrooms, two bathrooms, an outdoor pergola overlooking a pool, study nook, media room and spacious kitchen.

The location presents an opportunity for those wanting to escape the bustle of urban life while remaining close to shopping centres, beaches, tourist attractions and schools.

Ms La Macchia said the property presented contemporary sophistication.

“It has a meticulously renovated interior with modern elegance and timeless charm,” she said.

“Everything is done for you, it is ready to move in and enjoy the great location.”

The single-storey residence is also well suited to retirees wanting a peaceful haven close to facilities.

The Mooloolaba home fronts the canal.

The ducted air-conditioning, ceiling fans and solar electricity make it sustainable and suitable for the coastal climate.

The home also has panoramic views of the tranquil canal and the Mooloolaba skyline.

For more information on 4 Balyarta Crescent, Mooloolaba or to book a private inspection, phone Next Property Group’s Carmel La Macchia on 0400 300 545.

Property features

  • Picturesque views of the canal and Mooloolaba skyline
  • 773sqm block
  • Recent renovations
  • Expansive open-plan design for spacious living
  • Stylish and practical gourmet kitchen
  • Media room for entertainment
  • Luxurious master suite with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe
  • Study nook
  • Outdoor living space overlooking the pool and canal
  • Ceiling fans throughout
  • Ducted air-conditioning
  • Fenced for privacy and safety
  • Pet-friendly
  • Solar electricity
  • Quiet street

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