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Management rights opportunity: Cashelmara Beachfront Apartments on The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads

This is the ultimate seachange – life in a luxury oceanfront home with an income of more than $200,000 a year.

It’s on offer in the Gold Coast suburb of Burleigh Heads, one of the boom areas in Australian tourism and real estate.

Management rights at the plush Cashelmara Beachfront Apartments on The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads are for sale, including an extra-large three-bedroom, two-bathroom renovated unit with ocean views. The property is just a short stroll to the James Street cafes and boutique shopping, not to mention the world-class surfing of Burleigh Point.

The new owners will be able to see the ocean from the spacious living area and private outdoor courtyard.

This outstanding unit also has the added advantage of a management rights business attached with an excellent and consistent net profit, topped-up agreements, and easy-to-manage resort facilities in the 50-unit complex.

Todd Warner, from Resort Brokers, said it was a “truly wonderful opportunity to acquire a beachfront Burleigh Heads home and a thriving, profitable business”.

“The Cashelmara apartments are real quality and very popular with visitors,” Mr Warner said.

“The opportunity to take over the business and move into the unit taps into the desirability of living right on the beach at Burleigh and having a great lifestyle business to go with it.

“It offers a beautiful quality of life.

“The apartment is excellent. It has a large living area with ocean views and it has a private courtyard with direct beach access. There are built-in wardrobes and plenty of storage, air conditioning and one car space.”

Mr Warner said that while the apartment was valued at $1.5 million, “the way that prices are booming in Burleigh Heads at the moment, it is certainly a good time to invest there.”

He said Cashelmara was an “easy to manage complex” and perfect for first time operators who wanted to work from home.

Burleigh Heads’ surf break attracts board-riders from around Australia and overseas. At the headland of Burleigh, locally known as ‘The Point’, barbecues and cricket matches are held, and spectators can watch the surfers. On Sunday afternoons, local musicians and fire-twirlers often come out to the park to perform.

The north-east facing beach is protected by the cape Burleigh Head to the south and offers one of the best swimming, bodyboarding, and surfing beaches on the Gold Coast. A mature stand of Norfolk Island Pines forms the backdrop and are home to native birds.

The area is welcoming for novice surfers and the advanced alike, with newbies practising in the sheltered waters of the main beach, and the more experienced taking to the reliable swell of the neighbouring headland. Multiple surf schools, including pro surfer Cheyne Horan’s, are eager to show visitors the ropes.

The protected shallows of neighbouring Tallebudgera Creek are great for swimming and Burleigh Heads National Park offers wonderful walking trails.

Other nearby attractions include The Village Markets, the David Fleay Wildlife Park and Jebribillum Bora Park.

Burleigh also has some of the Gold Coast’s best bars and restaurants with James Street just around the corner from the Cashelmara Apartments.

Find the business listing details HERE.

Grantlee Kieza

Grantlee Kieza OAM has won three Queensland Media Awards, two Australian Sports Commission Awards and has been a finalist for the Walkley and News Awards and for the Harry Gordon Award for Australian sports journalist of the year. In 2019 he received the Medal of the Order of Australia for his writing. You can find more of his writing in our upcoming Accom News print magazine!

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