With its central location and size the property lends itself to be developed. There is a current development approval for 74 aged care accommodation homes, community centre & ancillary uses. This is not the only potential use for the property as it would also suit a land sub-division or multiple dwelling town house type development (S.T.C.A). The Whitsundays is primed for growth. The current population growth sits at 1.7% per annum however with the current expansion in the mining regions along with our strong tourism sector we expect to see this increase in the coming years. Additionally, the Whitsunday Coast Airport has completed its $15m upgrade so access to the area has never been better. Other very large companies such as Tassal have just established themselves with the recent purchase and immediate expansion of their prawn farm 10 mins north of Proserpine, they have also purchased a further 7012ha at Exmoor Station 35mins south of Proserpine for $28m for further aquaculture projects. All the Island resorts are fully operational and the 2 main marina's in Airlie Beach continue to expand. There are many more positives that could be added to this growing list.
Long term owners have made the decision to sell one of the last Strategic land holdings in the Whitsundays and invite you to submit your interest.
This is a never to be repeated opportunity in the Whitsundays and occupies a prime central Cannonvale position. Local shopping and school facilities are located within a couple of minutes' drive. The property itself is situated on 7.6 acres with a unique 3 Street frontage. The grand home offers 7 bedrooms plus study, with 3 bathrooms across two main wings. With multiple living areas including media room, lounge room, formal dining room with an additional living room in the second wing that services the 6 bedrooms. The kitchen offers a spacious layout and also includes a large cool room. There is lock up garaging for 3 cars and the property offers an inground pool. The property represents an amazing opportunity to capture the former grandeur of the past with a little restoration.
Please contact us for all relevant information regarding the site
Brad Sobott & Rob Taylor