Property E-Book -16 Park St, Caloundra

16 Park St, Caloundra

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Bed 4 | Bath 1 | Car 1     607m2   

Sold Price: $500,000

This low maintenance brick home, just one house from the corner on a 607m2 block with business development potential, could appeal to an investor, entry level buyer, renovator, or land-banker; centrally located within walking distance to Caloundra’s major amenities, and less than a kilometre to the beach, it is savvy buying in every sense.

Complete with four bedrooms, retro-style bathroom, separate toilet, functional kitchen, separate laundry, alfresco entertaining patio, single carport, plus lock-up garden shed at rear; it is basic but comfortable and could be cost-effectively renovated to enhance value and appeal.

North facing, the home is light-filled, and features include: ceiling fans, air-conditioning, security screens, separate bath and shower, carpet in bedrooms, leafy mango tree in backyard, on-site parking for an additional vehicle, and an easy-care yard.

Work from home, rent out and generate income, or move in, renovate and live a low maintenance lifestyle in the heart of Caloundra where you can walk to work, beach, shops, dining, sporting facilities, schools, and public transport. 

Caloundra is one of south-east Queensland’s premier lifestyle destinations renowned for its stunning coastline, sparkling waterways glorious climate, welcoming vibrant community, and relaxed casual way of life; there is currently billions of dollars’ worth of private and public-sector investment being poured into the region on development projects and infrastructure within Caloundra and neighbouring suburbs. 

Caloundra’s star continues to rise, and those investing today will reap future rewards with strong capital growth…don’t say ‘if only’, just do it!

Location

 

Kitchen

Lounge / Dining Room

Master Bedroom

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Bedroom 4

Bathroom

Back Yard

Interactive Floor Plan

 

Floor Plan

Block Dimensions

Features & Inclusions

Features

  • Aspect - North
  • Internet - ADSL
  • Side Access
  • HWS - Electric
  • Garden Shed
  • Central Location
  • Distance to Bus Stops 350m
  • Distance to Stockland Shopping Centre 400m
  • Distance to Beach 850m
  • ​Distance to Primary School 900m
  • ​Distance to High School 1.2km (Walking path straight through)

Inclusions

  • Blinds
  • Insect Security Screens
  • Light Fittings
  • TV Antenna
  • Air Conditioners Throughout

Age

  • 43 Years Approx

Comparable Sales

43 Bowman Rd, Caloundra

Sold Price $ 510,000

Bed 3 | Bath 1 | Car 1 | Land 607 sqm

3 Oval Ave, Caloundra

Sold Price $ 549,600

Bed 2 | Bath 1 | Car 1 | Land 607 sqm

8 Park St, Caloundra

Sold Price $ 580,000  

Bed 3 | Bath 1 | Car 1 |  Land 607 sqm

66 Omrah Ave, Caloundra

Sold Price $495,000  

Bed 2 | Bath 1 | Car 2 |  Land 503 sqm

 

Property Financials

Rates: $850.00 Half Yearly Approx

Unity Water Rates: $ TBA p/q approx​

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Contract of Sale

About Michael Kettle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Kettle
Principal


M: 0419 728 807
E: michael@fncaloundra.com.au

Michael has been helping people move for over 23 years and been in Caloundra real estate for over 20 years, He believes in getting a full understanding of peoples needs and requirements before moving forward. He is a highly recognised professional in the First National brand and keeps a close eye on the growth of the property management department, supporting the sales team and keeps the sales department up to standard.

Whilst being involved in other real estate brands, he had als spent 5 years with First National before opening in his office in Caloundra and feels comfortable being back with First National in Caloundra. He had also received the Chairman’s Award in 2008 and is recognised as being in the top 10% of highly trained real estate agents in Australia, receiving a number of awards in the last 3 years of opening the First National Caloundra office.

As a well-known, respected agent in the Caloundra area, his expertise is being married to the First National brand. Since joining First National Michael has continued his sales success by achieving Number Nine in Queensland rankings in 2011. This result was received in only 8 months at First National. Michael is the dealer principal for the Caloundra office, which operates under his strict guidelines:

- To achieve the best financial outcome for clients
- To develop highly-effective, personalised marketing plans for each property
- To build relationships with clients based on respect and trust.
- To make the potentially stressful real estate journey an enjoyable experience for everyone

Connecting with the Community...

Michael and his wife are active members of the community and has lived with his wife and 3 children in Caloundra for 19 years. Often seen in coffee shops, he loves mountain bike riding, cycling and stand-up paddle boarding and most of all, spending time with his family.

Michael and his wife are involved in a number of sporting clubs and associations, readily available for charity auctions, whilst being involved in fundraising and planning development committees.

In a sentence...

Michael Kettle is a polite, honest, friendly, professional real estate agent and a highly trained self-starter who has been in Caloundra real estate for 23 years and above all, his clients are paramount.

As said by Norma & Alf Bishop of Little Mountain:

"We found Michael and his team went far and above the need to help with our sale and because of his professionalism we recommended him to friends of ours even before our sale was finalised. Michael Kettle kept us fully informed every step of the way and answered any of our enquiries with concern and politeness."

Suburb Profile

Caloundra

 

Dubbed "The City of Beaches", Caloundra has evolved from a sleepy holiday town to a vibrant CBD hub in a matter of decades.

 

SNAPSHOT

Population: 17,382

Established: 1875

Median Age: 39

% of Owners: 63.9%

% of Renters: 33.2%

Distance to Brisbane: 93.8km

Best Feature: Home to the Twilight Markets

 

The natural beauty of the area is what attracts thousands of people every year and access to a range of beaches like Kings and Bulcock Beach, recreational facilities including the Kings Beach public pool, an array shops, close to Caloundra Primary and Caloundra High schools, various and unique restaurants from the Thai Hut to Montezuma's and the Coffee Club is what keeps more and more people visiting the area.

 

If it's a good fish and chip shop you're after, Caloundra is home to the two best fish and chips shops on the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra Seafood Market off Tay Avenue taking out the number one spot and Red Crab Seafood off Maloja Avenue scoring second as best fish and chips on the Coast in 2014.

 

Caloundra is also a major sporting hub, with cricket, rugby, swimming and other various clubs, options for all family members looking to try a new sport.

 

You can enjoy the Twilight Beach Markets during every school holiday period held on the Esplanade in front of Bulcock Beach and take a walk along the continuous coastal link, "Caloundra Coastal Walk" which hugs the Pumicestone Passage passing Bulcock Beach, Caloundra Headland and Kings Beach. Caloundra Hospital and Caloundra Police Station are just down from Bulcock Street and you are also close to fast food, ice cream parlours, high end clothing stores, some of the Coast's best restaurants.

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