Boreen Point Real Estate offers for sale this quiet little surprise – nestled in a small cul-de-sac next to protected Council Rainforest Reserve. Perfect for bird enthusiasts, the screened veranda on the north of the house is amazing for viewing the very high diversity of birds and small native animals. This home could be your tranquil location to spend time relaxing. Or as a base for adventurous water sports and for hiking in the Great Sandy National Park. Or a perfect place to retire to in a small vibrant and welcoming community. Or all of the above.
This simple, well-maintained home is located on a large 1000sqm block, which offers ample possibilities to extend the open-plan, one-bedroom house.
It’s only a short 6-minute walk away from Lake Cootharaba – one of Australia’s premier sailing venues. On calm days, the lake is perfect for paddling and rowing craft, or when the winds blow, perfect for sailing and other wind sports. Or fishing enthusiasts can drop a line in to catch a meal from its unpolluted waters. On a hot summer afternoon, the lake is a nice spot for a refreshing swim.
Lake Cootharaba offers access to the north to the world-famous Noosa Everglades and the Cooloola Great Sandy National Park hiking trails. To the south, you can follow the Noosa River system all the way to Tewantin and Noosa Heads. Or a quick 30 minutes’ drive can find you at Noosa Heads. For all your supplies and services, the urban centre of Tewantin is only 15 minutes away. Or for the same distance, Pomona has shops, Saturday markets and a train station servicing the Brisbane to Gympie rail-line. Boreen Point also has a small but busy cafe. The historical Apollonian hotel, and the Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club are just two of the hubs where locals get together.
This home is a unique and private little gem within Noosa’s hidden secret – the hamlet of Boreen Point. This is where you can escape, rejuvenate and recharge surrounded by nature. Then just stroll out for a coffee or a cool refreshment and a chat with friends.