Tropical Home, Coral Coast, Queensland,Australia

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111 Barolin Esplanade
Coral Cove, Queensland 4670

Price: 890,000.00 AUD
Square Area: 2,325 Sq. Ft (216 Sq. M)
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
» Golf Course Community
Home Features
» Deck/Patio
» Hardwood Floors
» Waterfront
» Waterview
Yard and Outdoors
» Gardens
» Terrace/Outdoor Space
This spacious, bright, tropical house located in Coral Cove offers a relaxed coastal lifestyle with metropolitan conveniences close at hand. Sitting on 11,307 sq ft (1051m2) of land, this 2 storey home is approximately 9 years old. First floor with open concept, airy, light filled living and gourmet kitchen spaces. Formal dining with hardwood floors, leading to private outdoor covered patio, ideal for entertaining. 3 bedrooms with wooden finish floors and built in wardrobes, laundry, bathroom and plenty of storage. Large garden areas front and back. Back garden on two levels and has a garden shed. Garage is 2 + with internal entry and remote control.

Second floor is wood finish throughout. Large master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Office/study and a second, very large living space leading to balcony with unobstructed, never to be built out views of the Pacific Ocean. House is in walking distance to Barolin Rocks (off shore dive site) a 18 hole championship golf course, and a boat slip.

Coral Cove is on the Coral Coast, situated at the Southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. It is a 3 hr drive from the Sunshine Coast, 4 hr drive from Brisbane, 15 min drive from Bundaberg and 10 min from Bargara. This tropical coastline boasts dramatic black rocks, azure blue waters, white sandy beaches and green canefields.

Schools, hospitals and airport are in close proximity and major city of Brisbane is easily reached either by car, high speed tilt train or plane.

Local attractions:

Dive sites -
Lady Musgrave Island -
Lady Elliot Island -
Mon repos Conservation park - (largest and most accessible loggerhead turtle rookery in Australia)
National Parks
Fraser Island
Whale watching - annual migration.
Great Barrier Reef
Golf course by the sea
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