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14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.Listing agent Julie Munro from Ray White Townsville said the rockwall created the opportunity to make the dream of living by the beach come true for potential buyers.“It really is a phenomenal piece of infrastructure and it’s the only section of Bushland Beach that has the protection of the rockwall,” Mrs Munro said.“I think the whole Dunes estate is absolutely delightful and it’s one way in and one way out.“It’s a tiny community and all owner occupiers.” 14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.POSITIONED in one of the most picturesque spots in Bushland Beach, this commanding home has 180-degree ocean views.The newly constructed two-storey house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and sits on 773sq m of land on the foreshore of Bushland Beach in the new Dunes estate. 14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.Mrs Munro said the home made the most of its beachside location.“It’s been built specifically for the views, so both levels have amazing views,” she said.“It has a neutral colour scheme so anything and everything will go.”The large open plan living and dining space surrounds a well appointed kitchen complete with a study nook. 14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.Dunes property developer Allan Hansen said he decided to build a house rather than sell the vacant land so buyers didn’t have to go through the hassle of building.“Nine out of 10 people will decide what they want but they just can’t go through the hassle with builders,” Mr Hansen said.“It’s got great views and has been built so you can put a pool or a shed or anything else you want beside it.“The house is really roomy and has ocean views all the way out to the islands.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 202014 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.Mr Hansen spent $1 million building a rockwall at the front of the Dunes development creating the only oceanfront land in Bushland Beach that is protected from erosion.The home was built by Glenn Sexton Constructions and uses high-quality fittings, fixtures and finishes to give the home a truly luxurious feel. 14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.The house is fully airconditioned while glass doors, windows and louvres allow for ocean breezes to flow through the home.Up the timber staircase is a huge master bedroom that flows out onto the balcony complete with walk-in robe and ensuite. 14 Dune Parade, Bushland Beach.