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Chic new apartments high on value

THE First Home Owners Grant of $20,000 is still available at 18 Norman, a stunning new residential development of just nine residences and with only seven now remaining for sale.

Offering three apartments per floor and comprising of a total of six three-bedroom apartments and three two-bedroom apartments, these chic new apartments are exceptional value for money.

With three-bedroom apartments ranging from $460,000-$490,000 and two-bedroom apartments ranging from $390,000-$420,000 you will instantly see that 18 Norman is one of the best value new boutique projects on the market today.

With construction starting next month you will be able to move in and enjoy your new home early next year, with completion anticipated in April 2018.

All of this is located in one of Maroochydore's genuine hotspots just a short walk to the water's edge in Picnic Point and the emerging Ocean St precinct just a few minutes walk also.

The revitalised Sunshine Plaza is just two blocks away and our beautiful Cotton Tree Beach is an easy walk as well.

First home buyers will benefit while owner-occupiers will love living in a small residential, pet-friendly setting, just a stones throw to the water and shops.

MAROOCHYDORE

18 Norman Avenue

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Car

Features: New development of just nine residences, body corporate fees under $3000pa, air conditioned living area. Full lift access to all levels. Just a short walk to Picnic Point, CBD and beaches. Quality local builder

Price: From $390,000

Agent: Damien Said at Century 21 on Duporth

Contact: 0411 725 624

Inspection: Contact agent

Topics:  for sale lifestyle maroochydore property sunshine coast



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