Land For Wildlife: Enjoy the best of both worlds – secluded hilltop living, just a ten minute drive to town.

Here you can escape the pressures of the town and the city on this unique property sitting on top of a ridge line between Mooloolah and Eudlo in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.

The 16 acre allotment is undulating with a combination of flat cleared paddocks and native forests and is situated at the end of the access road for privacy.

There are a wide variety of native and fruit trees including mango, fig, guava, cumquat and eucalyptus, and plenty of native wildlife and bird life to be found.

The house is strategically placed on the highest part of the land and was originally a workers cottage that is well over a hundred years old, which was moved to the block in the 1960’s.

The highlight of the home is a huge north facing deck offering cooling breezes and delightful views to the Coast, the ocean, the airport, Mount Coolum and surrounding countryside.

The house has timber floors and contain a large central living area, two bedrooms, a sleep out, good size kitchen, bathroom and a south facing rear deck.

As a high set house there is plenty of storage underneath, and there is a very useful six bay shed not far from the house.

Amazingly this intriguing retreat is only ten minutes drive to the railway town of Mooloolah, which offers a good range of shops and facilities, and it is around a half hour drive to the thriving city of Caloundra and all the coastal facilities.

You can choose to continue the rustic lifestyle of the current owner, or you may choose to make improvements to suit your own needs and requirements.

This is a unique property with plenty on offer for those who like a quiet and secluded country lifestyle, but do not want to be too removed from local facilities. Make sure it is on your inspection list.

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