North Arm is a small hinterland pocket inland from the coast at Coolum, a ninety minute highway trip to Brisbane and equidistant between the townships of Eumundi and Yandina.
Constructed around 1932 and subsequently moved to its present site some thirty years ago, the weatherboard triple gable Queenslander sits in an elevated position with its back to a timbered ridgeline and a sunny open arm outlook over cleared paddocks, side by side five bay machinery shed and pockets of natural forest. Set back from the country lane amongst bird attracting gardens and encircled by an asphalt drive, an extension houses further bedrooms up top and a self contained garden studio.
Hardwood floors exude a rich patina, vj walls meet eleven foot high ceilings and original coloured glass dresses timber doors. A country kitchen lined by casement windows has plenty of space for your preserves, gas cook top and under bench oven. With infrastructure, including a large insulated shed with kitchen and bathroom facilities ready for caretaker or extra family members, there's plenty of room for pets and livestock. Three dams handle irrigation and there is scope to plant further heliconia presently sold at local markets.
It's a short country drive into Eumundi for weekly markets and twenty minutes easy run to the coast. With children now off on adventures around the world, owners are looking to downsize and have a little fun of their own. This is a terrific opportunity to acquire a property possessing all the attributes and potential to be your private haven in the Sunshine Coast hinterland; make your move to the land.
Features: 13.48 ha(app 33 acres), 80,000 litres rainwater storage, 3 dams, wood combustion fireplace, fenced paddocks, original Queenslander, insulated self contained shed, five bay machinery/feed shed, lock up storage, 10 minutes Eumundi/25 to Noosa Heads.
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- Bedroom: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Garaging: 4