Extremely rare beachfront offering in coastal hotspot hits the market

A luxurious Tweed oasis occupying three of Kingscliff’s oceanfront blocks might just be the largest beach property on the market between Byron Bay and the Gold Coast. 

The five-bedroom, three-bathroom resort-style property at 44-48 North Point Avenue sits on almost 2000m2 of prime oceanfront land, just 15 minutes from Gold Coast Airport and 30 minutes to Byron Bay.

The designer five-bedroom property is one of the grandest in the area. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

“Unlike some areas that have noticed a softening, Kingscliff is really holding up in terms of its value proposition,” selling agent Nick Witheriff from LJ Hooker in Kingscliff said. 

“A billion dollars worth of infrastructure is being poured into the area. We’ve got a new hospital facility that opens next year and the precinct will allow for 4500 new jobs.”

Finding beachfront property at the luxury end of the market close to the new hospital will be tight, with doctors moving out of Sydney and Melbourne for positions in the New South Wales Government-funded medical facility. 

“We understand 1500 of those moving to Kingscliff will be specialist doctors, who’ll be looking to live within a 5km radius of the facility,” Mr Witheriff explained.  

Sitting on three blocks right on the beach, the listing represents a rare buying opportunity. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The residence is one of the most luxurious in Northern NSW. Designed by award-winning architect, Paul Uhlmann, it straddles three blocks and has direct beach access, an 18-metre saltwater swimming pool, and a full-sized tennis court. 

“A property like this, which is particularly land-rich, is very rare,” Mr Witheriff said. 

“It creates a lot of development upside for people who’d like to potentially build a property on the tennis court, or even redevelop, sub-divide, and look to add value to that property in the future.”

The ’roundhouse’ feature is a unique part of the luxury home. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The home’s centrepiece is a unique architectural ‘roundhouse’. 

A private master suite with walk-through wardrobe and lavish ensuite finished in Calcutta marble sits atop a lounge room with fireplace, along with powder room, and home office or gymnasium. 

The high-end gourmet chef’s kitchen is just as striking. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The designer kitchen, styled in marble with custom cabinetry, is packed with luxury appliances, including double ovens, a butler’s pantry, two dishwashers, an in-built coffee machine, and an 84-bottle dual zone wine storage. 

With a light-filled, northern aspect, whitewashed wide oak floorboards, high ceilings, and polished concrete flooring, the home borrows styling inspiration from its natural coastal surrounds. 

The design aesthetic is chic and contemporary. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Add in fully ducted heating and cooling, an eco-smart fireplace, a second gas fireplace, and sprawling landscaped grounds for prime comfort and relaxation.

Expressions of interest are now invited, with a price guide of over $11 million.

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