4455 SQM – 4 BEDROOM, 6 X BAY SHED, 4 X BAY CARPORT, BORE, SOLAR, GREAT STREET IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION- $389,000.
Let’s take you through the multitude of attractions:
SOLID STEEL FRAME HOME, FULL LENGTH VERANDAS, BIG SHED, SHED, BORE & more…
LOW SET STEEL FRAME 4-bedroom home with ensuite and built in robes.Termite proofed foundations.
Open plan bright and breezy, with high ceilings, full length windows, split air conditioners, ceiling fans, screened, no dust collecting carpets.
Practical kitchen with island bench, pantry, and dishwasher.
Generous outdoor entertainment with full length verandas to front and rear of house.
Powered large 6 bay shed, 4 x bay carport, lawn locker.
Good flowing bore with good clean water, and 5.5kw solar panels.
Established gardens with a mix of fruit trees and native trees.
John Deer Ride-on Mower include with a gardening few extras.
Set in a lovely location, private and fenced.
Short cycle/drive to the popular Toolakea Beach.
Rates about $1400 per ½ year.
This really is a tasty opportunity to take this property to the next level. 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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