Settled amongst the Mango trees you will find this charming cottage just a short walk from beautiful Horseshoe Bay beach. This could be a great Island weekend getaway where you could relax and unwind from city life and perhaps holiday let or Airbnb when not using it. Currently is an investment property with a permanent tenant. The interior has a high peak ceiling, natural timber walls with open plan internal living area, one bedroom with bathroom and also includes a hideaway mezzanine floor. The back deck looks across a spacious back yard with mango trees and onto a peaceful rural block where horses can be seen roaming. A single lock up garage and workshop with a sleep out or man cave complete the block. In a sort after area close to bus stop, skate park, shops bistro, cafes, & boat ramp not forgetting the sparkling waters of sandy Horseshoe Bay. Overseas vendor is keen to sell.
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What is so great about Magnetic Island?
It is a special find, given that you can purchase freehold land on an island with mainland water and power supply. A primary school, medical centre and aged care centre are just some of the facilities available on the island.
"Magnetic Island is the only island on the North Queensland Coast with a delightful blend of untouched National Park within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. A resident population of about 2,500 and a variety of holiday resorts hotels and restaurants.
Just twenty minutes by fast "Cat" across Cleveland Bay from Townsville and you could be in what many consider Paradise! Ferry passenger services with up to 14 return trips daily also a vehicle barge with up to 7 return trips daily.
Townsville airport is just a ten minutes taxi ride from the ferry terminal with direct flights to and from major cities to Townsville.
More than half of the Island's 5,184 hectares is National Park, with Mt Cook in the centre rising to 497 metres. Tall Hoop pines; eucalyptus forest and small patches of rain forest soften the huge granite boulders.
Where the rocky headlands meet the sea there are more than 20 bays and beaches many secluded, which may only be reached by boat.
There are 24kms of walking track through the park with many spectacular lookouts. The National Park is a haven for wildlife, like koalas, rock wallabies, possums and a wide variety of bird-life.