1 Acre Stunning Beachfront Land
If you are looking for the best beach front block on the east coast, you should have a look at this!
Over 1 acre with only the beach protection zone between you and pristine Red Rock Beach.
Elevated house building site will ensure ocean and beach views that will never be built out.
This is PRIME beach front land, most other Sunrise beach front blocks are between 1500 square meters and 2000 square meters.
Sunrise at 1770 is the UDIA award winning eco-residential development just 5km south of Agnes Water on Queensland's Discovery Coast. Surrounded by Nature Reserve, National Park and 4 Km of stunning coastline, secluded private beaches, rocky headlands, which offer great fishing, surfing and diving.
Gated for security and privacy, and with onsite managers, Sunrise at 1770 is for those seeking a quiet private getaway with the convenience of world class facilities including recreation clubs, with 4 tennis courts, 3 swimming pools, playground. Eco-sustainable features include recycled water, car wash, vegetation and environmental codes to protect flora and fauna and preserve the value of properties.
Already home to some of Queensland's best award winning houses, Sunrise is the ultimate place to build your dream holiday or permanent living beach side home and this lot is arguably the best block in Sunrise to do it.
The list price makes this excellent value for such a magnificent piece of beach front land. The vendors have reluctantly decided to sell and will consider offers.
For accurate information on Sunrise at 1770 and to arrange an inspection of this fabulous block, please contact Tim.
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