BUYERS have a rare opportunity to purchase a substantial development site with a multitude of potential uses as 422 Shute Harbour Road in Airlie Beach hits the market.
The 3.96ha* elevated site benefits from a north-easterly aspect and offers uninterrupted views of the stunning Coral Sea and surrounding Whitsunday islands.
The asset is being marketed and sold via an expressions of interest campaign by Ray White Special Projects QLD’s Andrew Burke along with colleague Mark Beale of Ray White Whitsunday.
“There’s no doubt this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure an incredible development site in the Whitsundays – a place that has become synonymous with being the ideal place to live and work during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Mr Burke said.
“The property is only 150* metres from the main street of Airlie Beach, with access to facilities including Woolworths, restaurants, bars, retail shopping, the famous Airlie Beach swimming lagoon, parklands, the beach, and other world-class facilities.
“There’s been a DA in place previously and that should give buyers confidence when it comes to the number of uses that this site can offer.
“Because it’s zoned as Mixed-Use, it suits a range of uses including residential – land subdivision or multiple dwellings – medical, retirement, resort accommodation, business, and retail. It may also be a cracking site for a luxury house or two.
“The area is a gateway to the 74 Islands in the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef. The site is opposite the Port of Airlie marina and ferry terminal with easy connectivity to Hamilton Island resort and airport, Daydream and South Molle Island, Hayman Island and Whitehaven Beach.”