Burleigh beach shack in original condition hits the market

3 Guyra Ave, Burleigh Heads is set to go under the hammer.
VINTAGE laminates, pink porcelain, timber floors, and the original built in cabinetry.
Be transported back to the 60s in this original Burleigh Heads beach shack that has just hit the market.
The property at 3 Guyra Ave was built in 1963 has been owned by the same family for the past 59 years.

The pink bathroom!
The living area.
“It was one of the first homes built in Koala Park and it’s still in original condition with its pink bathroom and kitchen cupboards,” said marketing agent Claudia Young, of Black & Young Burleigh Heads.
“It was honestly like stepping back into time.
“It’s in such great condition though.”
Sitting on a 632 sqm block with a 24m frontage, the residence has four bedrooms and two living areas.
Out the back of the property.
Inside the property.
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“Many of the homes of this era were low maintenance, lock and leave designs as their primary purpose was a gathering place for friends and family to share a meal and drink after long hot salty days spent relaxing on the beach,” the listing states.
“The property has plenty of room for off street parking and a big back yard for the Christmas cricket match.”

The house is in original condition.
The front patio.

Ms Young said it was a bittersweet sale for the sellers.
“Obviously the sellers are disheartened to see it go because it has been in their family for such a long time but that area is development central at the moment,” she said.
Koala Park has boomed in popularity in recent years with a flurry of new builds in the sought-after precinct.

3 Guyra Ave is in sought-after Koala Park at Burleogh Heads.

The kitchen is in original condition.
It is alongside Tallebudgera Creek with residents able to walk to the creek, Burleigh Headland and the cafe and restaurant precinct of James St.
The highest sale in Koala Park was in September when a buyer paid $9.7 million for 10-12 Elanora Drive.
The property at 3 Guyra Ave goes under the hammer on December 3.

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