77 Eastbourne Tce, Macleay Island, QLD 4184Price: $175,000
- hotel 1.5
- hot_tub 1
Renovated Island Fishing Cottage
"The Love Shack"
Get the island lifestyle with this light and airy mid-century modern holiday cottage on 1012m2 of land. Beautifully maintained and sympathetically renovated to keep its original charm, it is close to the water on picturesque Macleay Island. Adoining Council Land leads straight to the waters edge.
The house has beautiful wooden floors, one large bedroom with built-in cupboards, modern galley kitchen which retains some original features, one bathroom, living/dining room with spacious deck and leafy outlook, a small spare bedroom/study off the living room. At the rear of the house is a shade house/laundry and a hills hoist style clothes line.
The Love shack has a new roof, gutters and verandah, is Termite free and freshly painted throughout, connected to power, phone and town water. It is low maintenance, fully insulated and situated to catch sea breezes, only a few metres from a waterfront park.
Exterior features include a 10,000 gallon concrete water tank and a billabong. Lot of birds and wildlife in a natural shady park-like setting in a lovely quiet neighbourhood at the end of a cul-de-sac. Perfect opportunity for downsizing, first home, holiday home or investment. Prior to renovation rental income was $200 a week.
Macleay Island is situated within the sparkling blue waters of southern Moreton Bay, 35km from the Brisbane CBD. Frequent water taxis and barges accommodate transport to and from the mainland. Macleay Island has all the services for day to day requirements including a primary school, shopping precincts, hotel and there is an aquatic centre on neighbouring Russell Island.
Island residents are eligible for a permanent mooring in the bay at $50 per annum, Macleay Island has a yacht club at Tingira, a gallery and pottery workshop at the Macleay Island Arts Complex, a golf course, restaurants, a bowls club and more.
The Love Shack is walking distance to the jetty, supermarket, chemist, doctor, vet, thrift shop, café and post office and pub. Not many of these cute 1950s holiday houses are left along the Queensland coast. Designed to be comfortable year round, survive the heat of summer with cool breezes blowing across the bay, island style.
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