One of the early estates in Boreen Point, “Eagles Nest” enjoys the best elevated northerly views across the lake to the amazing sand blow in the Great Sandy National Park.
These wide mesmerising views or gazing at the eagles soaring overhead will inspire your creative juices and take any cares away.
Beautiful, laid-back Boreen Point on the shores of tranquil Lake Cootharaba, is just 15 minutes drive north of Noosa and set in the world-renowned UNESCO Biosphere Reserve (see the local map included with the photographs). The location is perfect for enjoying a wide range of water-based activities and visiting the numerous nearby natural attractions.
The property is protected from inclement weather and offers 2 street frontages including to Urunga Parade around the lake edge (past the quiet northern end): you can easily launch your favourite water crafts or simply enjoy a relaxing stroll along the sandy foreshore.
The house is positioned on a 506m2 allotment and is an original early building similar to Dutch provincial styling, solidly constructed over 2 levels: The home has been re-roofed and re-wired electrically in the last three years.
- Woongar Street level offers a living / dining zone, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and patio
- the lower level offers separate external stairways to 2 bedrooms, kitchenette, deck, shower and toilet.
Relaxing on the north facing undercover patio with a favourite book or a drink will be enhanced with the peaceful outlook to the lake and stunning sand blow.
Located and designed to maximise options to enjoy peaceful Lake Cootharaba, the property offers:
• Direct lake access to stroll the foreshore or launch your boats
• Excellent boating on Lake Cootharaba all year round
• Stroll to local shops, Sailing Club, historic Apollonian Hotel
• Watch the eagles soaring overhead
Boreen Point is renowned for its connection to the numerous conservation characteristics of the area eg, the local UNESCO Biosphere Reserve is home to 60 different ecosystems, 1365 species of plants, 700 species of native animals (at least 49 of these are internationally significant) and 44% of all Australia’s birdlife diversity; the Noosa River is the only system that has its entire catchment protected in National Park; explore the Noosa Everglades by canoe or other craft.
The owners price expectation is very reasonable for the rare and exceptional benefits on offer.
Please contact Roger today for any additional information.