20 Elanora Drive

Burleigh Heads, QLD, 4220

  • 2bed
  • 2bath
  • 4car

SOLD

The Perfect Waterfront Renovator or Knock Down - Set in the Ultimate Lifestyle Location

This unique 33+ year old Barn shaped, beach style 2 bedroom spacious home with a huge deck large enough to entertain a footy team is set in Burleigh Heads and Koala Park offering endless opportunities. Move in renovate and enjoy the lifestyle on offer or knock it down and build the dream home like neighbouring properties that have gone above and beyond a standard build with no expense spared. Positioned in one of the most exclusive streets in Burleigh Heads, this property offers absolute privacy, bucket loads of natural light and fantastic sea breezes. You have access to the Pacific Ocean and Tallebudgera Creek directly from your back door offering a lifestyle that only a handful can experience. This is truly the ultimate lifestyle location.

So many features:
604sqm block
Perfect tenants in place
Direct ocean access
Direct access to Tallebudgera Creek
Walk to the Beach
Walk to James Street
2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
Spacious living areas
Garage and carport
High ceilings
Air-conditioning in main bedroom
Fans throughout
Very functional kitchen
Massive Outdoor deck that flows seamlessly from the living area
Large open plan living
Huge laundry
Close to schools, shops, transport, cafes & restaurants.

This Amazing property is warm and inviting and is the perfect place for sharing time with family and friends. With Tallebudgera Creek, Burleigh Beach, James Street, shops and restaurants all close by you will love this location. With new builds consistently being built in Burleigh Heads there has never been a better time to purchase in this area and rebuild as the home prices in this great location are consistently growing. This deceased estate is set in the perfect position and will be sold under the hammer, so call now, an inspection will not disappoint.
The photography has just been taken in the middle of the rain season hence why the water is muddy brown please scroll to the end photos to see how naturally blue the water usually is.