Coast unit sells for $2.4m ahead of auction

CAM Goode of Ray White Noosa was scheduled to take the Peppers Resort villa to auction on Saturday with Justin but had the SOLD sticker on the signboard by Tuesday afternoon.

New Zealand as well as Melbourne and Sydney was where the most interest was coming from for the striking four-bedroom, two-bathroom villa at 2111, 5 Morwong Dr, in Noosa Heads.

Cam Goode of Ray White Noosa at Villa 2111 Peppers Resort, Noosa Heads, that sold prior to auction.
Cam Goode of Ray White Noosa at Villa 2111 Peppers Resort, Noosa Heads, that sold prior to auction.

"It reflects what's been happening in Noosa for the past year or so with buyers,'' Cam said. "Inquiry levels have been outstanding.

"Villa 2111 has stunning views from the three levels. The master suite is a show-stopper.

"That's the key. Unobstructed views of Laguna Bay.''

In the end it was the New Zealand buyer that put together the best offer of $2.4m.

"They had inspected it once,'' Cam said, "The buyer is in Brisbane frequently.

"They signed on the Tuesday afternoon.

"They had been looking in the development for some time but had missed out previously.

"They were determined not to mess around this time.''

The villa had always been a lock-up-and-leave but is being seen as an investment this time so it may go into the letting pool.


Villa 2111 Peppers Resort/5 Morwong Dr

4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Car

Features: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, powder room, study and internal laundry. Exceptional top-floor parents retreat. Laguna Bay views. Fully ducted air-conditioning throughout all three levels. Huge double garage. Three minute stroll to Hastings Street and Main Beach

Price: Sold prior to auction

Agent: Cam Goode 0400904678, Justin Sykes 0415249 049 Ray White Noosa

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