Amber Werchon Property presents to the market, 48-52 Sunrise Road, Eumundi; tucked away in a leafy dress-circle acreage belt just three-kilometres to the village, famous for its biweekly markets, is this private sanctuary on nine-acres, registered as 'Land for Wildlife', offering a tranquil haven of resplendent natural bliss where you will feel a world away from the hustle and bustle…
The property itself is fully fenced and there are three dams onsite, including one huge picturesque central dam providing an idyllic spot for picnicking, and a wonderful subject to photograph or paint…truly lovely, it will get the creative juices flowing.
A traditional style main residence, split-level with raked cathedral ceilings and a fireplace, comprises three bedrooms, new kitchen, modern bathroom/laundry combo, dining, lounge, and north facing verandah overlooking pool (needing a little TLC); gas hot water and 16kW solar power is in place.
In addition, there are several (unapproved) buildings onsite including two-bedroom cabin, one-bedroom apartment, studio, and a yurt – this would make an ambient spot for a yoga retreat or alternative therapies.
Other infrastructure onsite includes large resources shed, workshop, delightful powered pergola in garden with lighting and built-in gas BBQ, chook house, greenhouse, boundary fencing, 2 x water pumps for gardens, and 3 x 20,000 litre rainwater tanks.
The property cannot be subdivided due to zoning restrictions, and it is also part of the shire's drinking water catchment area; however, it is really ideal as a 'retreat' away from the fast pace of city and suburban life, and indeed the global pandemic. It could do with some revitalising and tidying up but has a magic about it that enchants and captivates all who visit, and it also showcases Sunshine Coast glimpses including Mount Cooroy.
Abundant wildlife, including hundreds of bird species, and the occasional koala, also reside and visit; and set up as a permaculture property with the idea of harmonious living with the natural surrounds.
It is suited to the buyer seeking a gentle tree change, where you can savour all this verdant splendour without sacrificing quick easy access to amenities. Eumundi is a three-minute drive, Cooroy is 10-minutes, and Noosa Heads is 20 minutes – easily accessed via the nearby Eumundi-Noosa Road.
Tightly held for 28 years, this is something special indeed.