The Unique Sunshine Coast Deep Waterfront

By: Waterfront Agents  06-Mar-2013
Keywords: Real Estate Agent, Property for Sale, Residential Real Estate

Deep waterfront properties are defined by the fact that there are no bridges to go under, so they are ideal for yachts and large power boats. We believe that within the next few years this area will become the catamaran haven of Australia, having such a safe harbour and perfect sailing conditions year round. The reason we say unique, is that there’s limited supply with only 791 deep waterfront properties on the canal system of the Sunshine Coast and 69 of these properties can’t have a pontoon on the waterside, as they are on an inside corners. That leaves just 721 sites available, with safe, direct ocean access, minutes to the Pacific Ocean. Many people just want to live on the water with no intention of owning a boat. They love the wonderful waterfront lifestyle on offer and the future capital gains that will come about by living in a beautiful suburb, where deep waterfront properties are limited. Mooloolaba The deepwater section of Mooloolaba consists of four streets: Culbara Street, Elanora Avenue, Carwoola Crescent and Neerim Drive. The Baronga and Mundoora Broadwater are the best kept secret on the waterfront, as they are surrounded by waterfront homes and offer a protected basin for your family to enjoy and are also wonderful place to moor your large catamaran or cruiser. These homes are within easy walking distance to the famed Mooloolaba Beach, á la carte restaurants, cafés, trendy bars and the boutiques of the Mooloolaba Esplanade. Minyama Minyama has been the fastest growing area of the deepwater. With older style homes built in the early eighties, to fantastic mansions which were built in the late nineties, the area has a property to suit each and every waterfront lover. Many properties in this location are worth in excess of $8 million, giving Minyama Island the reputation of being the “Jewel in the Crown”. Buddina Buddina is the quiet achiever on deep waterfront. The area has remained laid back, with many owners still in their original home. It’s a safe and secure area with great community spirit. The locals are very friendly and everyone wants to say G’day. On top of this, it is so close to the surf beaches, walking tracks, river and parklands. Adaluma Avenue on the main river opposite the Yacht Club is the prized location with homes being sold between $2 million - $3 million dollars in the recent years making this street the most expensive in the area. For more information on living on our beautiful waterways, please call us on 0400 818 777 and we’ll endeavour to help you with your real estate needs, wants and dreams!

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