De­signer liv­ing on coast

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OF­FER­ING ur­ban de­signer liv­ing in the heart of vi­brant Ma­roochy­dore, FKP’s Horton Apart­ments has been at­tract­ing buy­ers looking to be close to ev­ery­thing the beach­side sub­urb has to of­fer.

Miner Chris Bam­ford was so im­pressed with the de­vel­op­ment he snapped up two apart­ments.

Mr Bam­ford moved into his apart­ment last year af­ter be­ing trans­ferred for work from West­ern Aus­tralia.

“I had been work­ing at sev­eral mines in WA over three years and was given the op­por­tu­nity to trans­fer to cen­tral-west Queens­land,” he said.

“I had a lim­ited time to pur­chase a prop­erty and de­cided to buy in Horton Apart­ments.

“As it is so cen­tral, I knew if I de­cided not to live in it, it would be a good in­vest­ment be­cause of its ap­peal to ten­ants.

“But I ab­so­lutely love it. It is so close to ev­ery­thing and when my par­ents came to visit, they fell in love with it too, so I pur­chased a sec­ond apart­ment in De­cem­ber that they now live in.”

Of­fer­ing re­sort-style liv­ing in pic­turesque sur­rounds some of the fa­cil­i­ties on of­fer within the com­plex in­clude a pri­vate lap pool, re­sort­style pool, fully equipped gym­na­sium, and bar­be­cue and pic­nic ar­eas.

FKP gen­eral man­ager of Res­i­den­tial and Com­mu­ni­ties, Evian Delfab­bro said Horton Apart­ments had ap­pealed to both owner oc­cu­piers and in­vestors.

“Its lo­ca­tion is un­par­al­leled, with easy ac­cess to all the ameni­ties and nat­u­ral at­tributes that make the Sun­shine Coast such an ideal place to live and visit,” she said.

“The feed­back from buy­ers is that the project has also struck the bal­ance be­tween ur­ban so­phis­ti­ca­tion and the laid-back life­style that makes this part of the world so pop­u­lar.”

A se­lec­tion of one and two-bed­room apart­ments are avail­able across the two build­ings within the de­vel­op­ment. All abodes fea­ture stone bench­tops, stain­less steel ap­pli­ances, glass shower screens and air­con­di­tion­ing.

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