22 Caleo Road, MUTARNEE
SOLD by Allison Gough
Escape to this astounding 21 acre property located at the base of the Mount Spec Ranges National Park and boasting an abundance of edible tropical orchards. There are two residences on the property, a near new four bedroom home overlooking the property and the original home nestled in the properties rainforest zone. Completely private, the property also has fenced paddocks and pockets of natural bushland.
The farmstead home is central to the property and slightly elevated to catch the summer breeze, with full length front verandas to the front and garden view windows from inside. Spacious living areas, with a generous bay window lounge room, master suite is roomy and includes ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe. All the bedrooms have built in wardrobes, there is an internal laundry and separate bathroom and shower to the main bathroom.
Gorgeous open kitchen plan with five burner gas cook top, pantry, ample storage space. expansive counter tops and country inspired timber cabinetry.
The second residence is in original condition and requires some love and attention to bring it back to its former condition but is functional in its current condition. This home is surrounded by the lush foliage of a mini rainforest garden and is completely private from the rest of the property.
• Split system air conditioning
• Open plan living from the kitchen
• Separate Lounge room
• Two bores (one with working pump)
• Fenced paddocks
• Bio Septic system
• Vegetable gardens
• Chook Pen
The 8.16 ha property boasts a 9×8 metre powered work shed, a generous carport and other structures suitable to store farm machinery. An abundance of edible delights including: mangoes, Bananas, Limes, Mandarins, Jak Fruit, Lychees, Grapefruit, Kaffir Limes, Carambola, Lemons, Star Apples, Black Sapote, White Sapote, Cashews, Mulberry, Beach Cherry to name a few.
Located approximately 45 minutes north of Townsville on the Bruce Highway, Mutarnee is a small peaceful hamlet nestled on the banks of beautiful Crystal Creek. At the local caravan park there’s a small shop and service station and just a minute down the road you’ll find the Crystal Creek boat ramp. From this easy access point, boaties can safely navigate their way along Crystal Creek to the Coral Sea. Conditions are great for serious sea fishing so remember to pack your rod, bait and tackle.
On the other side of Mutarnee you’ll find the dramatic Paluma National Park which is overflowing with beautiful natural attractions and things to see and do. The road up the mountain takes you through rich, lush rainforest and past cascading waterfalls, rockslides and clear water rock pools.
At the top of the mountain you can swim at the old stone bridge at Little Chrystal Creek. At plenty of spots throughout the park you’ll find picnic areas and barbecues to make your visit even more enjoyable.
Good average rainfalls each year, Mutarnee is located at the beginning of the wet tropics in North Queensland.
Inspections Welcome, call #AllisonGough 0421583168.
All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.