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Buderim Central sits just down the road from the main strip in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast. The townhouse project includes a range of floor plan configurations, with each of the four different options — known as “Poinciana”, “Grevillia”, “Jacaranda” and “Banksia” — having different exterior facades in order to ensure that each home looks different.
The whole project is vaguely reminiscent of Mediterranian-style houses, with a more contemporary twist. This is evident in the more classic architectural features like archways being molded with a neutral black and white colour scheme.
Buderim Central is a new townhouse development located in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast. The 32 townhouse project sits on King Street, and is very centrally located with a number of shops, restaurants and cafes within 5 minutes drive.
There are four different floor plan configurations available across the townhouses. All of the townhouses are three-bedroom, with two bathrooms and one internal car park garage and an additional car space. The different townhouse designs — known as “Poinciana”, “Grevillia”, “Jacaranda” and “Banksia” — share a number of similarities. All of them have open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas, along with dedicated laundry rooms. The master bedroom is always separated from the other bedrooms — either by being on the other side of the floor or on another level entirely — which will offer residents greater levels of privacy. Every townhouse also has split-system air-conditioning in the living room and master bedroom, Caesarstone benches, Miele appliances, and extra storage.
The “Banksia” and “Jacaranda” floor plans are notable for the larger gardens they include. These floor plans might be more ideal for buyers with a family, pets who need some space to run around in, or who are into their gardening.
All of the townhouses at Buderim Central have been designed so that stairlifts can be installed. The developer has worked with National Stairlifts to get options and pricing, which can be provided on application.
Body corporate fees are expected to range between $56 – $60 per week.
Construction at Buderim Central is now complete, so residents can move in as soon as they are ready.
Buderim Central sits on King Street, a road that turns into Main Street, one of the primary thoroughfares in Burderim. Located at 40-45 King Street, Buderim Central is located just down the road from a number of amenities including the Buderim Library, cafes, restaurants and schools. For those who love a good morning swim or leisurely stroll along the water’s edge, the closest beach is 10 minutes away.
There are a number of amenities which are within easy driving distance, as well. The Maroochydore CBD — which is currently undergoing a massive ungrade — is roughly 10 minutes from Buderim Central, while the Sunshine Coast Airport is only 15 minutes away. The new Sunshine Coast University Hospital and Health Precinct is also about 15 minutes away.
For those with school-aged children, there are a number of options in the immediate area. The closest is Buderim Mountain State School, which is just two minutes down the road. Matthew Flinders Anglican College is four minutes away, and Immanuel Lutheran College is 10 minutes drive. A little closer is the University of the Sunshine Coast, just seven minutes down the road.
Residents will have access to a communal BBQ area in the middle of the complex, and there are also landscaped gardens surrounding the estate. However, most of the townhouses are designed to be self-contained, so the communal facilities in the estate are quite small.
Buderim Central is also pet-friendly upon application, so residents can bring their pets with them when they move.
Buderim Central is being developed by Amber Wechon Property. Amber Wechon Property have a number of projects throughout Queensland, including Sway in Birtinya and Saltair Rise in Kings Beach.