House for sale
15 Bluewater Parade,
6 4 5
Majestic Home on the Beach - NOW SELLING BELOW REPLACEMENT VALUE - URGENT SALE DUE TO ILLNESS – ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED - REDUCED PRICEPhone enquiry code for this property: 2920
Majestic Home and resort lifestyle on the Beach in the Whitsundays.
This magnificently spacious home right opposite the Coral Sea and beautiful King’s Beach MUST SELL. The property is an ideal permanent or holiday home for families, retirees and/or rental options. Consider the possibilities:-
- Large Family Home
- Holiday Home for more than one family
- Bed and Breakfast
- Spa/Yoga Retreat
- Generate Holiday let income
With spectacular sweeping views, the perfect beach position has easy access for fishing off the rocks, snorkelling amidst a coral reef just off-shore, walking or just relaxing with a book.
The six bedroom, four bathroom plus powder-room home can be divided into three separate living areas as it boasts two full kitchens. The home has a surround-sound system and the floors in the entire house and balconies are covered in easy-maintenance tiles.
• Master bedroom and large walk-in robe with dehumidizer
• Huge ensuite bathroom with twin basins; a double walk-in shower; large spa and toilet
• Ensuite opens onto a private balcony with views, and is perfect for airing towels
• Powder-room with a toilet
• Bedroom/Office/Studio with sink area and built-in bench
• Open plan, huge lounge-dining area with large picture windows and cathedral ceilings leading to bar area
• Truncated bar with a wine and bar fridge
• Kitchen with display cabinets which are overhead-lit
• Dumbwaiter in Kitchen to lift shopping from the ground floor
• Kitchen has dishwasher, filtered-water and ice machine installed
• Large walk-in butler’s pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelving down one side and space for a freezer
• Pantry also has a utilities bench with 12 power points
• A pull-down stair-master leading up to a lit, lined attic with two whirly-birds in the roof for air flow
• Attic has two accesses into the roof area
The master bedroom, upstairs kitchen, bar and living areas open onto huge wrap-around balconies with an outdoor cooking area. These areas offer spectacular views of the Coral Sea and islands. The wide, open stairs with recessed lighting lead to the downstairs living area.
• Two front bedrooms lead to a huge outdoor under-cover patio area with views of the beach
• A third bedroom study/office
• Bathroom with bath/spa
• Separate toilet
• Large lounge-dining area with a huge picture window, and a sliding glass door leading to the patio
• Dumbwaiter which services the top kitchen
• At the bottom of the stairs is access into the two-car lined carport with an automatic garage door
• The two front bedrooms and lounge-dining area have sweeping views of the ocean and beach out front
• The lounge area has a lockable door leading into a self-contained unit
• The laundry, off the unit and carport, has a large Roman bath and shower (Bathroom 4)
Unit (internal) with a Private Entrance:
• Large bed-sitting room leading out into the garden
• Bathroom with walk-in shower
• Full kitchen
• Two-car lock-up garage
• Tiled, under-cover clothes-line area outside the Laundry door
• 1200Litre rain-water tank next to the garage
• Easy care gardens front and back
• Room for a pool
Other features include:
• A ducted vacuum system throughout the home
Bowen is the top of the Whitsundays, a jewel in the Whitsunday crown with untouched beaches, beautiful bays and a perfect tropical climate. Bowen is one of the undiscovered treats of Australia and an ideal destination for those seeking a laidback beach lifestyle.
Bowen has a very rich and interesting history; the town is the oldest town in North Queensland, first established in 1861. It is also known as the birthplace of the Kensington Pride mango (the ‘Bowen Special’).
Situated in the northern region of the Whitsundays on the shores of Edgecumbe Bay, Bowen is just 40 minutes' drive north from Airlie Beach. It is a picturesque seaside town that offers a beachcomber's paradise with eight award-winning, palm-fringed beaches. With a daily average of eight hours of sunshine all through the year. It lays claim to having Australia's best climate.
The most popular of the Bowen beaches are Horseshoe Bay and Queens Beach. But most beaches have facilities including barbecues, picnic tables, children's playgrounds and neatly maintained parkland areas.
Bowen is a great boating and fishing town offering a multitude of land based and offshore fishing options. You will only need to go a short way to access many of the inshore islands and reefs, which hold good numbers of Coral Trout, Sweetlip and Mackerel. All local islands have abundant reef for both line and spear fishing. Bowen is renowned for its Spotted and Spanish mackerel fishing, and from June through to September, the bountiful Bowen Mackerel patches are only a short boat run from the Grays Bay Boat Ramp. There are 7 public Boat Ramps in and around the town.
Even if you don’t have a boat, there are plenty of land-based options in Bowen. They often deliver good sized fish, as well as squid on jigs in winter. Whiting are caught around creek mouths in the town area. Bowen has many creek systems, which hold healthy numbers of Mangrove-jack, Bream, Whiting and Barramundi.
With some of the best fringing reefs of the Queensland coast lying just a few metres offshore, the area is ideal for snorkellers and divers keen to explore the coral gardens.
Other Water-based sports are enormously popular in Bowen, given the number of areas available. These activities include stand-up paddle boarding, sail boarding, skiing and tubing and kite surfing. The town also has Sailing and Yacht Clubs.
The town has many other indoor and outdoor facilities and clubs including the local pool, Bowls, Tennis, volleyball, netball, basketball, Squash and a Golf course with sweeping views of the ocean. There is water and skate parks and the foreshore boasts a sound shell for events. Bush walking is also popular with many of the beautiful walks and trails leading to outstanding views of the town and bays.
Bowen is very well known for its diverse industries: including mining, tourism, fishing and agriculture. They call Bowen the salad bowl of Australia and the locally caught fish are exported all over the globe.
In short Bowen is the ideal place to call home.
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Last updated: 10:00AM on Apr 23rd 2017