30 Wreck Rock Road
'Serenity' at Deepwater is a very special property, as it's all about total freedom, somewhere to relax, be yourself and to enjoy all that nature, in all its glory, has to offer. With 554 metres of absolute beach frontage 'Serenity' is a 121-hectare rural retreat located on the southern boundary of the Deepwater National Park.
Home set back 200 metres from the beach in a slightly elevated position 'Queenslander' design home, built in 2006 Kitchen has plenty of storage and bench space and a private balcony 3 bedrooms with en-suites, all of which open onto the veranda 4th bedroom or multi-purpose room and a powder room 3-metre-high ceilings upstairs as well as under the house for cool living Underneath the house has large open spaces plus a secure 4 car garage Downstairs is an oversize storeroom and laundry both with abundant storage Red Gum timber flooring in living areas and bedrooms & tiled bathrooms Ceiling fans and screens on windows and most doors allow for good air flow. Separate fully self-contained 2-bedroom cottage Three-bay work shed attached to caretaker cottage Solar power with the panels installed on the roof of the caretaker cottage Underground electricity and an eco-friendly sewerage treatment system Two rainwater tanks have a capacity of 45,000 litres per tank Three active bores on the property. Landline and wi-fi is available along with a digital television connection Fertile soil is ideal for growing fruit and vegetables Mangos, bananas, peaches, limes, macadamia lychees are grown onsite Land could be developed as income producing, with nearby macadamia farms one example of a potential crop.
The property is on the southern boundary of Deepwater National Park, 375 km north of Brisbane which protects an area of sand dunes and coastal heaths in the Deepwater Creek catchment. The area is one of the few remaining pristine freshwater catchments on Queensland's east coast. Deepwater National Park was established in 1988 and covers 4,090 ha. Deepwater National Park has a number of rocky headlands such as Wreck Rock and 9km of beach frontage.
'Serenity' and Deepwater National Park are accessible from the south through the small town of Wartburg. Conventional vehicle access is possible in the dry season along approximately 5kms of unsealed road leading to the property. Alternative access is possible from the north through Agnes Water with a 4WD vehicle strongly recommended for this route due to sandy conditions along the track.
Open TimesPlease contact Michael Vettoretto to arrange an appointment.
- Land area approx 120.98ha
- Area Views
- Built In Wardrobes
- Bush Retreat
- Car Parking - Surface
- Ensuite 1
- Garages 4
- High Clearance
- Openable Windows