A SUPERB land holding in the Gold Coast Hinterland’s Tamborine Mountain is being offered to the market for the first time in over 100 years via an expressions of interest campaign.
The asset offers a 30.2ha* total site area and the former agricultural land provides one of the largest privately owned contiguous properties on Tamborine Mountain.
The land holding is being marketed and sold by Ray White Special Projects Queensland Directors Mark Creevey and Tony Williams.
Mr Creevey said buyers had the opportunity to purchase 12 separate lots and 12 titles in-one-line that offered future reconfiguration potential, subject to council approval.
“The region provides a subtropical climate, good rainfall, deep volcanic soils – the ideal conditions for the local flora and fauna to thrive,” he said.
“A former agriculture farm, the property provides an incredible land holding with large cleared areas, framed by mature vegetation.
“Positioned in the suburb of North Tamborine, a broad variety of services and amenity are at the doorstep of this land holding.
“Drive just 2km* to both the Tamborine Mountain Shopping Square and restaurant and café precinct – and just 2.5km* to Tamborine Mountain State High and State School.”
Mr Williams said the region had provided many people, particularly down-sizers and retirees, with the option for a ‘green change’.
“Purely because the mountain offers a modern sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of city life, while being just 30 minutes* from the Gold Coast, and one hour* from Brisbane,” he said.
“With the lack of water and sewer infrastructure in Tamborine Mountain, as well as very tight planning restrictions, opportunities to deliver future land supply are limited.
“That makes Tamborine Mountain under-supplied and well-positioned for a future land release – something that will be very attractive to buyers.
“This is an incredibly rare opportunity, and given it’s the first time offered by the family in over 100 years, we’re very interested to see what the future brings for the property.
“Expressions of interest close on Thursday 02 July 2020 at 4pm (AEST).”