Glad tid­ings for lucky 13

Herald Sun - Property - - PROPERTIES ON THE WATER -

THIS re­lease of some of the most spec­tac­u­lar al­lot­ments of­fered on the iconic Great Ocean Road has taken 15 years to work its way through the plan­ning ap­proval process.

For the 13 lucky pur­chasers at The Beaches, Apollo Bay, it will be well worth the wait.

The pay­ment struc­ture is highly at­trac­tive too, with the land be­ing sold on a $2000 de­posit, fol­lowed by a top-up to 10 per cent in six months and then set­tle­ment in two years.

Three of the lots have been sold be­fore auc­tion and the re­main­ing 10 al­lot­ments will be auc­tioned on-site at noon on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 6.

They range from 450sq m to 600sq m and are have price re­serves from $365,000.

The land has re­serve frontage to Apollo Bay’s fa­mous sandy beach and blue-green Surf Coast wa­ters. Many of the al­lot­ments have un­ob­structed views over the rolling surf.

The el­e­vated and flat res­i­den­tial blocks have all ser­vices un­der­ground and pro­vide ac­cess to an easy fore­shore walk­ing track to the

coastal vil­lage. As a pop­u­lar tourist desti­na­tion, Apollo Bay of­fers swim­ming and surf beaches, as well as a large boat har­bour and ma­rina that is home to a ma­jor fish­ing fleet.

The town’s com­mer­cial cen­tre fea­tures a good se­lec­tion of restau­rants and cafes. It over­looks a grassy fore­shore fronting the main swim­ming beach.

The rugged and bushy Great Ot­way Na­tional Park, which in­cludes a light­house at Cape Ot­way, is eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble, mak­ing Apollo Bay a great place to en­joy the coast and the bushy hin­ter­land of the Ot­way Ranges.

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