Farm stay es­tate of­fers plenty of op­por­tu­nity

A huge 22ha Gold Coast Hin­ter­land farm stay built for the lu­cra­tive in­ter­na­tional stu­dent mar­ket is gen­er­at­ing plenty of in­ter­est

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

THIS sprawl­ing Beech­mont prop­erty, cur­rently op­er­at­ing as Mys­tery Moun­tain Farm­stay Re­sort, is on the mar­ket through a ten­der cam­paign.

It comes with a raft of fea­tures in­clud­ing a lunch room, study halls, an­i­mal shel­ters and horse yards.

“This is a rare prop­erty with huge up­side po­ten­tial,” agent Josh Thomas said. “It’s a blank can­vas for some­one with a unique vi­sion as there is plenty of flat land avail­able to make fur­ther im­prove­ments and take this prop­erty to an en­tirely new level.”

Mys­tery Moun­tain was de­vel­oped by Jan and Garth Kep­pie, who bought the prop­erty in 1999 when it was a hum­ble farm with a small ru­ral res­i­dence of­fer­ing spec­tac­u­lar views of the Coast.

The cou­ple en­listed ar­chi­tect Daryl Brown, of Burl­ing Brown Ar­chi­tects, to de­sign a new farm­house to ac­com­mo­date a ma­jor farm-stay busi­ness. The prop­erty comes fully equipped for the farm-stay mar­ket with ameni­ties to ac­com­mo­date up to 50 guests, in­clud­ing a lunch room, liv­ing ar­eas, study halls and toi­let and shower fa­cil­i­ties.

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