Build your mountain retreat in the trees on this beautiful large 2,509 sqm block and feel as if you have escaped to another world. This property is at the entrance to Springbrook, just a short 20 min from the Gold Coast. Just a short walk past the information centre you have beautiful views of the Coast from Wunburra Lookout.
With the phrase "business as (un)usual more of us have realised that it is possible to work from home or what is most important to us. If you are ready for a change, then this block is for you. Take advantage of the new build government grant of $25,000 (subject to conditions) and escape to the country.
All boundaries have been surveyed and marked with survey pegs. There is a "paper road" that forms a well vegetated buffer zone 10.092 meters wide along the western boundary of the property and it is expected that this road will never be constructed, which provides additional privacy.
This property is relatively secluded and are located in a rare private rural enclave of only 5 properties in total, surrounded by 2 massive rural properties. These neighbouring properties combine to form a wonderfully large natural buffer of well treed rainforest in and around the property.
There is a 4m2 electrical easement on the top right hand corner of the block which provides underground power connectivity to the site, ready for you to connect into the Energex pillar box just a couple of metres to the road.
Phone today to book your private inspection with your resident agent, Roelien Powell, on 0420664690.
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