The superlatives are endless with this magnificent resort style acreage, designed purely for comfort and entertainment in the tropics.
Just as a quick introduction to get the juices flowing- resort style pool, outstanding outdoor BBQ and bar entertainment area, established tropical gardens for pure bliss and privacy, sheds and workshop, colonial style wrap around veranda, 5 kw solar, and more…
3 spacious bedrooms all with built ins, main with ensuite, with split air conditioners
Character and earthy clay block with colonial style wrap around veranda offering shady outdoor living from any direction.
Cool open plan living, with generous timber featured French doors and natural timber sash windows. All tiled, screened and ceiling fans throughout.
Brass lanterns in main, LED lighting fitted throughout.
If you love the natural timber and earthy ambience of country style living, then you’ve found your place:
Stegbar quality Western Red Cedar windows- absolutely no expansion in wet or humid weather.
Stylish Queensland Cedar Hardwood French doors.
Bench tops throughout are made from solid Western Australian Jarra hardwood, cupboard doors are from solid New Guinea Rosewood.
An impressive feature of the main living area with high ceilings, exposed timber beam and lined woven bamboo, is the large Iron Bark Pole. Fully treated and polished for indoors.
Both kitchen and laundry are spacious and spoilt for bench top and cupboard space. Built in timber drawer featuring a dishwasher, nicely tucked away.
Massive outdoor tiled and sandstone paved entertainment area featuring a delectable inground pebble pool, timber pump hut and storage, featured timber BBQ and bar area, a 2nd outdoor toilet, shower, and all set in the privacy of selected tropical palms and plants.
3 bay powered shed and work shop at the rear of the property, 5 kw solar system on the shed roof powering entire property during sun light days, 2 bay carport.
Pest treated for peace of mind and all dwellings insulated for comfortable living and energy saving.
Call agent to inspect.
A little about Bluewater and History
Bluewater is approximately 28 kilometres of Townsville. As its name suggests, the town of Bluewater Beach is on the coast of the Coral Sea, while the town of Bluewater is inland on the Bruce Highway, which passes from south-east to the north-west through the locality.
Bluewater is situated in the traditional Nyawigi Aboriginal country. The origin of the suburb name Bluewater is from the adjacent Bluewater Creek that was shown on a district map from 1886.
Bluewater was settled in the late nineteenth century, and was close to the Purono rail siding, constructed in 1919 on the extension of the North Coast railway line from Townsville to Ingham. During World War II, Bluewater became campground to a number of service personnel whose responsibility it was to resist Japanese invasion.
It was not until 1946 that land was first subdivided along Bluewater Beach, followed by subdivisions of Toolakea Beach and the Bluewater Township in the 1950s.
The suburb is popular with residents who prefer larger lot sizes and is home to a number of properties with hobby farms and horse agistment. It is also home to solar farms.
Today, Bluewater is a thriving community containing a number of facilities and attractions. Bluewater Park is a popular tourist destination with designated free campsites, located near Bluewater Creek, and the newly developed Urban Forest and Fitness Trail. Toolakea and Bluewater Beach are popular recreational areas, and there is a boat ramp facility and waste transfer station towards the end of Bluewater Drive.
Other facilities in the area include a community centre, a Girl Guides training and camping centre, a Scout hall, and Bluewater State School. There is also a Bluewater Caravan Park and Bluewater Medical Practice, however they are both technically located in Purono Park, on the Bruce Highway.
The Townsville City Council operate a mobile library service which visits the Community Centre at Bluewater on Monday afternoons.
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