Designed with today’s lifestyle in mind, this 2-year-old Rivergum Home has been designed to be lived in and loved without compromising the home’s design or aesthetic appeal. This Property is a Unique Country Property set in a cull de sac giving you a better seclusion for you family. The house presents itself with an open plan spacious Kitchen, an induction cooktop & a self-cleaning oven. The island bench overlooks the Dining area which opens out to an elegant, spacious and serviceable pergola through sliding triple bifold glass doors * Solar (lst bill $56 * 66,000ltrs Rainwater * Rates $1436pa
This property has 4 Bedroom's, the master with an ensuite and WIR, or 3 Bedroom’s and a Rumpus, bar room for close family & friends. *A Separate Lounge/Family room to watch your movies or entertain with friends. A large white upgraded family bathroom. * Other features of the property* Bamboo flooring* Large ducted R/C heating cooling system * A 5kw solar system with 24 panels *67,000 litres storage for rain water * Sea views from the kitchen, lounge, back and front veranda’s * A Sundeck at the front of the house, take in the views of nature’s TV the ocean & the rural countryside whilst enjoying a light refreshment * The large pergola is 14 x 4.5 with Jarrah decking has been dressed up with a Bar, a Barbeque, an outdoor settee & a dining table for 10. It would accommodate for an elegant dinner party of 10 or for that special party of 20+ people. The property is low maintenance with garden and vegetable gardens lining the boundaries. Enjoy the clear night sky watching the stars sitting around the firepit and the back of the garden. Driveways on both sides of the house. The Garage can act as a large Boat shed plus Parking for cars * Only minutes to the General Store, Jetty, & Tavern. This is a Lifestyle Property where you can Holiday or Retire.
Point Turton overlooks the beautiful blue waters and white beaches of stunning Hardwicke Bay where the peninsula's 'leg' meets its 'foot'. The sheltered waters are near-Perfect for year-round boating, sailing, windsurfing, diving and fishing. The jetty at Point Turton was built in 1876 to ship out the local barley, and stone; the quarrying of stone ended in 1917. The jetty today is popular with fishers and used for unloading the local catches of salmon and prawns. The old quarry site is now the Point Turton Caravan Park, adjacent to the boat ramp and jetty. The seaside town is expanding with people choosing to live here permanently.