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Looking for a sea change. This peaceful & tranquil retreat has amazing sea views across the Coobowie bay to Troubridge Island.

8 Hickeys Drive, Coobowie
$300,000 Sold!
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 3 Car spaces
Colleen Martin
0407 465 535
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This quaint well-loved beachfront cottage is in a great location with direct beach access, front & rear vehicle access it lends itself to both holidays or permanent living with a full-length veranda at the front and back of the house.
This solid bessa brick beachfront home has an open-plan lounge, dine & kitchen with stunning sea views. This 3-bedroom cottage sleeps 6, decorated with pastel colours, & good use of light & space. Flooring is carpet and lino. Shared tiled bathroom and laundry. Ideally set at the rear of the house is a pergola adjacent to the shed, with room for the boat or car plus a workshop. This large allotment has dual access to the property. Lawn for the kids to play. Set on a well-maintained allotment of 750m2 easy to maintain, fully fenced with rainwater storage. An Investors delight. The property has been priced to sell.
Coobowie is centrally located on Yorke Peninsulas East Coast. It’s a great spot close to the Innes national park & many other places of interest for plenty of sightseeing. Good surf, & fishing charters available nearby.
Only a short drive to anything you need with Yorketown only 10 minutes away.
The Coobowie Hotel, local shop, & park only minutes’ walk away.
Coobowie is a small relaxed coastal town near the south-eastern tip of Yorke Peninsula it is becoming increasingly popular with holiday makers, situated in the heart of a protected bay. The town was proclaimed in 1875. The early explorers found Coobowie an attractive area. Now known as the 'Pelican Port', the Coobowie estuary is home to a fascinating array of birdlife. Coobowie offers a great walking and cycling track in both directions, and has one of the safest beaches on the peninsula. Short walks Coobowie to Edithburgh Sealed trail linking townships, passing Coobowie estuary, a haven for Australian and migratory birds. Coobowie is a good spot to drop a line in and take home a feed of fish. Crabbing in the hotter months is also done in the bay, grab a crab rake and catch yourself a feed of blue swimmers.


Air Conditioning
Gas Heating
Split-System Air Conditioning
Split-System Heating
Fully Fenced
Outdoor Entertainment Area
Water Tank