‘Tree change’ provides rainforest affordability
downsize from acreage, or a flyin, fly- out who wants a lowmaintenance, solid home,” Ms Poole said.
“The property is ideally located within walking distance to the village and the property has all town amenities included.”
Standout features include rosewood feature windows, privacy and solid block foundations.
“This is basically a house for the price of a unit,” she said.
“Kuranda offers a gorgeous lifestyle, along with the village atmosphere and the privacy of the surrounding rainforest.
“Kuranda offers so much more per dollar value compared to living in the CBD.
“More and more people are looking for the relaxed lifestyle which Kuranda offers with it only being within 25 minutes’ drive from the CBD.
“There are plenty of family activities and friendly locals.”
Recent RP Data figures show Kuranda’s median house price is $435,000, while the median asking rent is $380 a week.
Almost 50 houses have sold in the rainforest locality in the past 12 months.
“Compared to the same peri- od five years ago, the median house sales price for houses increased 24.3 per cent, which equates to a compound annual growth rate of 4.4 per cent,” the report stated.
Other affordable homes in town include a $235,000, 1012sq m, two- bedroom Barang St property and a $209,000, twobedroom block house about eight minutes from the village.
PRICED RIGHT: This house in Tully Court, Kuranda, would suit a buyer on a budget seeking an ideally located, cosy home.