A ‘house’ on the Gold Coast has been listed for sale at a rock bottom price and has been described as ‘a realm of untapped potential and endless opportunities’.
But like all great Australian dreams, there is a catch.
It is a caravan. In Carrara.
And it is listed for sale for $19,500.
But the listing itself is epic.
“Tucked away in the serene River Gardens Caravan Park, this one-bedroom retreat is waiting with bated breath for your arrival,” the listing says.
“As you step inside, you’ll be embraced by a spacious lounge, perfect for relaxation and creating cherished moments with your loved ones.”
Yes, embraced by a spacious lounge!
But it goes on.
The adjoining dining area is “seamlessly connected” to the kitchen which “beckons you to embark on delightful culinary adventures”.
And wait, there is more (and no we don’t mean free steak knives).
There is also a “surprise waiting for you!” … a versatile third living area that can effortlessly be transformed into an additional bedroom or tailored to meet your individual needs.
“This thoughtfully-designed home is tailor-made for those seeking a downsized lifestyle,” the listing says.
An added bonus – the weekly site fees includes water charges and the caravan and annex has individually metered electricity.
“Please note, this gem is reserved for owner-occupiers, creating a harmonious and close-knit environment,” it says.
“This captivating home is vacant and ready for you to put your stamp on it.
“Don’t let this opportunity pass you by to explore the vast potential within these walls.”
And beyond those walls, there is an “array of attractions just minutes away”.
“Whether you crave the excitement of the Casino, the grandeur of Metricon Stadium (now called Heritage Bank Stadium), or the allure of Emerald Lakes golf course, each day promises new adventures,” the listing continues.
“Within this secure complex, you’ll find a refreshing pool overlooking the picturesque Nerang River, BBQ facilities for unforgettable gatherings, and even a bus stop just a stone’s throw away.”
Article source: www.realestate.com.au