UL­TI­MATE BEACH­FRONT ES­CAPE

East Wardell, Lot 4 Bound­ary Creek Road, $2,100,000

Northern Rivers Style - - REALESTATE -

This unique beach­front es­tate of 42.65 ha (ap­prox­i­mately 104 acres) is truly one-of-a kind. With half a kilo­me­tre of surf beach frontage and un­in­ter­rupted ocean and moun­tain views, it is un­ri­valled in its nat­u­ral beauty and pri­vacy. The prop­erty has de­vel­op­ment ap­proval for a stun­ning ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed four bed­room eco-friendly beach­front re­treat, com­plete with wrap around wa­ter gar­den and a mini in­ter­nal rain­for­est gar­den with in­ter­nal wooden decks.

Ocean views are avail­able from al­most ev­ery room, and to the west you’ll see the sun­sets over the lo­cal moun­tain range. Where else in the world can you wake to the sun ris­ing over the ocean, and then see it set­ting over ma­jes­tic moun­tains in the af­ter­noon?

Sell­ing agent Ja­nis Perkinssays the prop­erty is sur­rounded by an abun­dance of wildlife.

"At the end of Au­tumn you can sit for hours and watch the Hump­back whales breach and play just be­hind the waves as they mi­grate to the warm wa­ters of Her­vey Bay, and in Spring, you can see them again as they make their way back with their new­born calves. Dol­phins are a reg­u­lar sight, and there is also the oc­ca­sional tur­tle.

"Sea Ea­gles and Wedge-tailed Shear­wa­ters glide just over the dunes, and you can see the baby chicks of the Pied Oys­ter­catch­ers race in and out of the white wash.

"The land is home to many wal­la­bies and in the morn­ings and evenings you are sure to see many graz­ing close by. There are Eastern Grey kan­ga­roos that travel reg­u­larly through the coun­try­side in Septem­ber, and the flocks of black cock­a­toos that mi­grate through the area and feed on the lo­cal banksia forests are a beau­ti­ful sight to see."

If you en­joy fish­ing, you have kilo­me­tres of beach to choose from, and about 1 km from shore are reefs where you can catch many dif­fer­ent species of reef fish. On a calm day you can launch a boat from the beach, or al­ter­na­tively moor your ves­sel at the Evans Head ma­rina, which is only 20 min­utes away.

This beach­front es­tate of­fers the op­por­tu­nity to get away from it all in a lo­ca­tion that is pri­vate, but not iso­lated.

For fur­ther de­tails, con­tact Ja­nis Perkins at Real Es­tate of Dis­tinc­tion on 0438 841 122.

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