Property

Just 100m from Kirra Beach

CAN you afford to pass up this great opportunity?

Located only 100m away from the pristine sands and rolling waves of the well-known Kirra beach and break. Sandy Crt would make an ideal investment, weekender or holiday home, which consists of a very large single bedroom with plenty of cupboard and wall space for the surfboards and accessories. Open plan kitchen and living area is finished with timber floorboards to make a breeze to clean up from sandy foot prints leading to your timber deck after hanging out the wetsuits.

Positioned in the heart of Kirra in a small block of only seven units, you are only a short stroll from all of Kirra's trendy cafes for that quick pick-me-up, and only minutes away from all the best shops, clubs, restaurants and beaches that the Coolangatta/Tweed Heads area has to offer.

With the extension of the Southern Cross University nearing completion, it would also make an ideal situation for students as transport is close by.

Be quick, as motivated owners will consider all offers prior to auction date.

features: Perfect beachside investment at Kirra

where: 7/6 Lord St

price: Offers considered prior to auction

agent: Neil Kelly

0411 987 602

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