Bingil Bay Home Nestled on Original Tea Plantation Site
This all timber home is situated on 8527m2 (over 2 acres) on a corner rainforest site which was part of the original Tea Plantation established in 1892 by the Cutten Bros.
There are tea bushes (and trees) growing on this historic property.
The original Potters Cottage has now been transferred into the existing 2 Bed home with full length veranda. Floors are of cypress pine and there are high raked ceilings with exposed hardwood beams. Both bedrooms are spacious being approx.. 4500 x 4000 and each with mirrored built-in robes.
Internal walls are of solid timber chamfer boards.
The lounge / living area is spacious 5000 x 7000 approx. The kitchen has mango slabs for benchtops and is fully tiled. The home is very private and has rustic feel to it.
There is a large 2-bay separate colourbond garage.
A cleared lawned area or backyard adjoins the veranda and gives way to lush rainforest, some of which is covenanted with no further clearing allowed.
There mains power and town water and Mission Beach Village Tourist Precinct is approx. 8 mins. drive away. The beach at Bingil Bay is less than 5 mins. away.
Chris & TrevorHi Dick, Thank you for the work you did in selling 159 Reid Road for us. We appreciated the time and effort you put into it. We are happy to have let it go and move onto other adventures, but will always have fond memories of Mission Beach. Happy to recommend you to others. Cheers and thanks again. Chris and Trevor July 2016