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Luxury apartments at Boyne hit the market

Boyne Island and Tannum Sands.
Boyne Island and Tannum Sands. Contributed

THE doors are now open at Gladstone's premier Shoreline Waterfront Apartments in Boyne Island, adding to the list of apartments springing up in the region.

Shoreline apartments are close to the Boyne River mouth and are only 100m from the boat ramp.

An eight-berth marina complex is attached to the development and can accommodate yachts and motor boats.

Apartments start at $595, 000 and there are 17 two and three-bedroom apartments for sale.

Units include polished porcelain floor/wall tiles throughout, stainless steel appliances, fully ducted air conditioning, two bathrooms and two-car accommodation.

There's also a 12-metre lap pool and a car washing facility.

Sales consultant Andre Taute said the attraction Shoreline provided was second to none.

"Take a short drive south from Gladstone to the picturesque coastal communities of Boyne Island and Tannum Sands.

"You will experience a relaxed coastal lifestyle centred on attractive beaches, riverside walkways, parklands and recreational activities," Mr Taute said.

"There are four child care and pre-school centres, three primary schools and a high school in Tannum Sands, with the CQUniversity and TAFE only 25 minutes away in the city of Gladstone.

"In terms of health, the residents of Shoreline have health facilities right on their doorstep, including two large general medical practices, two dental surgeries, two chiropractor-physiotherapists and four fitness gyms."

The apartments also have balconies and lift access.

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