This 1.814 ha property has absolute estuary frontage and a footbridge leads across to the neighbouring National Park with a path of approximately 900 meters that leads to a pristine and deserted 7 km long beach. Bottlenose dolphins and migrating hump back whales are regularly seen from this beach and adjoining headlands. The estuary - teeming with a great variety of fish - beach and adjoining sea is part of the diverse Solitary Islands Marine Park, which was established to protect the fragile environment created by cool southern currents and warm northern ones, which meet here. The result is a unique marine life comprised of cold water pelagic fish mingling with tropical ones in some of the most southern coral reefs.
The property is accessed via a bitumen sealed road (approx. 1 km) from the Pacific Highway.
Improvements include a main building (2 stories) with 4 generous bedrooms, each with their own en-suite and balcony or patio, a library, a large living/dining room with slow combustion fire place and reverse cycling air conditioning and separate male & female toilets, large semi-commercial kitchen, large climate controlled below ground wine cellar and large terrace.
Attached is a separate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment and large laundry.
There is abundant water with 2 x 24’000 gallon concrete below ground rainwater tanks, a well and a licensed bore. The building has a dual water system, rainwater services kitchens, bathrooms and indoor taps, well or bore water service toilets and outdoor garden taps.
In addition there is a building consisting of a large work room, a storage room and an office. Separate 4 car garaging and additional storage/workshop, garden shed and sealed parking for more than 10 cars.
There is a bitumen sealed, kerbed and guttered access road and the car park areas are sealed also.
A perfect property to stay at.
The Moonee shopping centre (medical, post office, specialty shops and Coles supermarket) is just down the road and there is a school bus service nearby.