9 / 14 Blakesley Street
River Views, Low Maintenance, Walking Distance To Shops
Tenants Have Vacated, Move Straight In!

This low maintenance, easy care townhouse is perfect for buyers looking for waterfront living without the big price tag. Situated in a peaceful residential complex and conveniently located only a 2 minute walk to local shops and supermarkets.

Split over three levels, downstairs offers an open plan living area with high ceilings, spacious kitchen, powder room and enjoys a picturesque outlook of Noosa River. Glass sliders open directly out to an outdoor haven featuring established gardens, swimming pool, BBQ area and continues on to the Jetty where you can sit and soak up the ambience of the river.

Upstairs you will find two bedrooms that both enjoy river views from their north facing balconies. The master bedroom features a spacious ensuite and walk in robe. A second bathroom is located on the second level while the third level offers another spacious bedroom.

This property provides an enviable lifestyle whether you’re a boating or water sport enthusiast or just appreciate the finer things in life.

| 142m2 block

| 15 units in complex

| 8 townhouses on the waterfront, 7 at rear

| Approx 3 townhouses permanently rented, 12 are owner occupied

| 2 level townhouse

| High ceilings, open plan living

| 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms

| 2 reverse cycle split air-conditioning units

| Electric cook top in kitchen

| Balcony on upper level

| Covered outdoor entertaining area on lower level

| Single lock up garage

| Views of water (Noosa River)

| Pool in complex (In ground)

| Newly painted and carpeted

| No onsite Managers

Auction onsite, 23rd of March at 12 noon.

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9 / 14 Blakesley Street, Tewantin, Queensland 4565 ( get directions )

Sam Plummer and Karen Bester
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Last updated: 30th April 2015