Escape the city and enjoy the relaxed Marion Bay lifestyle. This property has 3 bedrooms & 2-bathrms (sleeping 8). The house was built in 2016 & is set on 5000m2. block with plenty of room for the kids to run around and explore (even room for a helicopter landing!) A large enclosed outdoor area has plenty of room for the family and friends to enjoy a BBQ, an outdoor wood heater for the cooler nights and plenty of open doors and windows for the warmer evenings. The house is fully equipped for a comfortable and enjoyable getaway. There is ample space available for parking of vehicles and boats. The size of the shed is 6 wide 9 deep x 3 meters clearance, flooring concrete paving with electricity. Features: WIWO; Bedroom 1 – 1 Queen; Bedroom 2 – 1 Queen; Bedroom 3 – 2 bunk beds; R/C air conditioner; Wood combustion heater (BYO Wood); Ceiling fans in the main bedrooms; TV, DVD; Galley style kitchen; Large lounge and living area; 2 Bathrooms / 2 toilets; Laundry Washing machine;
Relax on the deck or in the enclosed outdoor room with a refreshment by the fire, enjoy the country air stunning sunsets and the native wildlife, & the abundance of birdlife. This quaint cottage is located only minutes’ walk to the tranquil Marion Bay beach, Jetty & Tavern or a short drive to Willyama beach. This is the perfect place for you to kick back, relax and take in the rural surroundings this property has to offer. This property is situated in Marion Bay Rise a new development of Marion Bay.
The pleasure of ownership, whether for permanent living, holidays or investment, allows you to enjoy the magic of living by the sea in such a special place.
Visit the spectacular Innes National Park. So much to see and do, in and around this wonderful untouched part of the Yorke Peninsula.
Things to do: •Fishing •Boating •Sailing •Surfing •Diving •Swimming •Bushwalking •Beaches • Heritage walks through the Innes National Park •Watching the sunrises or sunsets; Marion Bay is 300km from Adelaide and is situated at the foot of Yorke’s Peninsula. It is the gateway to Innes National park, which is only five Km in proximity. Marion Bay was originally a gypsum port, now its home to fishing and cray fishing boats due to its protection from rough conditions. The town has a jetty, adjacent to the boat ramp, and it provides an opportunity for some exciting angling. The town has all the facilities needed for a relaxing.
There are waves for all different classes of ability which are located within close proximity of Marion Bay. Innes is a particularly famous surfing destination, hosting South Australia's most prestigious surfing event, the Cut loose Coopers Classic. This is held in Innes National Park at Chainman’s every October long weekend. Innes offers amazing history dating back into the early century and some of the most unique coastlines and attractions in South Australia. Being at the bottom of the Peninsula offers the chance to fish in two gulfs, the gulfs of Spencer or the Gulf of St Vincent. Both gulfs offer a different style of fishing, the St Vincent Gulf offers mouth-watering King George Whiting and the Spencer Gulf massive snapper. Both of these gulfs including the passage in between Kangaroo Island, offering a wide range of fish species, including Garfish & Kingfish. This area offers all fisherman a day of excitement. Driving through the park is an experience in itself, you will come across all sort of wildlife, including the Western Grey Kangaroos, Emus and the area's diverse bird life. Mallee Fowl, Western Whipbird, White-bellied Sea-eagles.