First Time Offered in Over 27 Years
First time offered to the market in over 27 Years 750 captain Cook Dr offers a unique chance to secure a piece of 1770?s tightly held property market, backing onto National park and boasting some of the finest views of bustard bay Sweeping panoramic vistas of the sandy Straits, pristine beaches and Eurimbula National park.
The Solid Block home comprises of two bedrooms, spacious kitchen with views to the water an open plan living room with polished cypress pine floors. There is also scope to add an extra level on the home which would significantly increase the already spectacular views of the Bay
Downstairs has a fully enclosed workshop/storage space and would be perfect to transform into extra living space or bedrooms. The undercover parking has plenty of room for parking boats or vehicles.
If you are seeking a great platform to springboard into the 1770 market don't hesitate as this is the best available
The location is 1770 - Gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Discovered by Lt James Cook 1770 - now just waiting for you to discover in 2016.
This Blue-Chip lifestyle property is one of only 124 properties on 1770 headland land locked by reserves and National Parks. Our new 20 berth 1770 marina re-development is well underway, the 1770 Beach Hotel, ?Tree Bar?, & cafes a short walk away. 1770 boasts the best climate in the country, superb fishing offshore, plus year round stinger free swimming & surfing beaches
Contact the exclusive Marketing Agent Grant Rapley to ensure you receive accurate and up to date information on this outstanding property.
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