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Absolute Beachfront: Property investment the seaside’s best!

Investment win; a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom unit in a multi million dollar complex at an entry level price.

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10.5 million tourists visit the Gold Coast every year.  This city one of Australia's fastest growing areas.


Right next to Surfers Paradise is Main Beach and there lies your opportunity to own a beachfront property for an entry level price...

For Sale - Every Property Portfolio Needs a Beachside Escape

Asking price $535,000

Absolute Beachfront

Sea, Sand and Surfing at your doorstep. 



Hibiscus on the Beach is a beachfront highrise with only 23 units. The most recent land valuation was $14 million making this is a guaranteed investment. This 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment is open plan with views of the ocean from its private north / east facing balcony and south toward Surfers Paradise, just a stones throw away.


This Real Easte gem is located in the heart of the Gold Coast, Hibiscus is 200 meters from bustling Tedder Avenue; shops, bars and restaurants. Marina Mirage, Seaworld, Surf & Yacht Clubs, and the Spit are all in walking distance.


The brand new kitchen has never been used and is waiting for you to make your first signature dish to enjoy on the balcony overlooking the Main Beach skyscape and patrolled beach.


The heated outdoor pool and spa are right by the sand so there is no need to even cross a road to the beach as it is literally at your doorstep. This is easily the best pool location on the coast!


The master bedroom features glass sliding doors on to the main balcony and the second bedroom has its own private balcony with southern outlook. 


The rest of the home features new flooring throughout. By far the most commendable feature of this unique apartment is the urban-chic bathroom. Exposed copper pipes allow for a high ceiling giving a modern industrial feel. The open double shower with two rainfall shower heads is a concept rarely seen, even in prestige hotels. 


The apartment is airy, full of light and truly a place of relaxation and contentment. 


In recent years, Hibiscus has had a number of notable renovations; balconies, pool, foyer, new lift and thegardens look amazing. 


On site management provide great service and are a convenient source of local information. 


Overall, occupancy and room rates are excellent. Everyone loves to stay directly on the beach!


This is a multi-million-dollar location at an entry level price. With an excellent rental return for holiday let or permanent tenants, this is a winning property for investors or the perfect home in which to live your every day.


Homes for sale in this area rarely come this cheap. 


Uninterrupted ocean views from the main balcony facing North-east.

Investment opportunity

The unit currently rents permanantly for $595 / week and casual holiday rentals earn between $180 and $250 per night (season dependant).


* Newly renovated - no capital improvements necessary.


* Ready to live in or rent out.


* Can be sold fully furnished upon request.


* One underground car space and security throughout the building.


* Bali Hut & BBQ by the beach for entertaining groups.

 



 

Suburb Snapshot

Main Beach is a suburb in the Gold Coast Region of Queensland. Main Beach has a population of 3,885 people and 24.75% of its occupants live in rental accommodation. The median listing price for houses is $1,900,000 and this has changed 143.90% over the past year and changed -18.60% over 2 years.

The median rent in Main Beach for houses is $660 per week and the median rental yield is 1.80%. Stock on the market for houses/townhouses has changed 66.67% compared to last year and the average time to sell a house/townhouse is 255 days.The median listing price for units is $745,000 and this has changed 7.19% over the past year. The average unit takes 183 days to sell and the median rent for a unit in Main Beach is $550 per week, producing a rental yield of 3.83%. 

Recent renovations include new bathroom, kitchen, flooring throughout, paint and trims.

Main Beach

There isn’t anything ”Main about Main Beach.  It’s not on a main road, or is it the main hub, it’s not exactly mainstream, however it is mainly fabulous!


This little suburb is a forgotten treasure on the northern Gold Coast.  Snuggled between Southport and Surfers Paradise, there are only two roads in and out which, for the locals, makes it somewhat exclusive.

Once known as “God’s waiting room”, Main Beach was the place to retire in the 80’s and 90’s.  Extravagant homes and flash, beachside units were primarily owned by an older crowd but when the GFC hit, many of the aging generation sold their holiday palaces and made way for a younger crowd.

The main street, Tedder Avenue, is a hub of activity featuring high end restaurants, cafes and boutique fashion.  Mano’s has reinstated weekly entertainment like stand up comedy and bands.  It is worth a giggle to pop in and witness the grey brigade getting jiggy with it and they are not afraid to use their elbows to secure a decent dance floor position.

While Surfers Paradise is awash with colour, party traffic, pumping bars, crazy clubs amidst a soundtrack of  excitable international tourists, Main Beach keeps to itself.  The overall vibe is that of a small village.  The shopkeeper stocks our favourite chocolates and the bar tender knows “the usual”.

A short walk north, offers Marina Mirage.  This is the parking lot for luxury boats alongside whale watching tours and helicopter pads.

Palazzo Versace and Sheraton Mirage pave the way to the (unfortunately named) Spit.  Fishing, sailing, boating… the Spit is a stretch of beach 4 kilometers long.  We locals are perplexed as to why the white, silky sand is void of people when only a short stride away, Surfers Paradise beach is full to the brim with tourists fighting for towel space.

Seaworld Theme Park is the main attraction in the area but because it is positioned along the spit, it brings minimal traffic through the area but maximum amount of fun.

Twice  a year, the beach comes alive! The GC600 is an annual motor racing event for Supercars that attracts people from all over the world every October.  Accommodation is at a premium with prices to match, but the vibe in town is electric (and loud).  Prefer exercise to motor size? The Gold Coast Marathon entices thousands of visitors to run through the streets of Main Beach.  Be careful that you don’t get swept up by the excitement and the foot traffic!