FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY PRESENTS AT PRISTINE RULES BEACH
66 Rules Beach Road, Rules Beach QLD 4674
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Block size: 13 m² approx.
Set amongst 12.2 hectares of pristine coastal land and 330m of absolute beach frontage is an out of the way location buffered by surrounding farmland and national park. With an unspoilt beach on one side and the Deepwater National Park and amazing Baffle Creek nearby, this location is the perfect launch pad for a southern Great Barrier Reef experience.
A modern planning approval has been granted after 15 years of planning and process.
So what is on offer?
A unique enclave of 15 absolute beach front house lots has been completed - identified as the Blue Section on the attached plan.
The Purple Section on the attached plan has been approved for 42 holiday villas to be developed as either leasehold or freehold.
The Yellow Section on the attached plan has an approved DA for a world class 95 site caravan park incorporating cabins and glamping tents. The Green Section of the plan is approved for the community building incorporating a cafe and convenience store/kiosk which is conveniently located at the entrance of the proposed resort for ease of flow. The Yellow Section and part of the Green Section must be sold together.
There is substantial commencement of the project with main entrance, power connected, water installed and all headworks charges PAID!
There are few locations so out of the way, peaceful and natural, yet so close to everything a holiday maker would want than Rules Beach. It is not often you are afforded the chance to take up such a unique development opportunity as this - with all the hard work done and construction being all that is left.
This really is a rare find to invest it! You are surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty from every vantage..
Contact Knight Frank Gladstone or Knight Frank Rockhampton for further information!!!
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