A secluded beachfront property that has been in the identical household for 3 generations has been listed on the market for $2.2 million – or 30 bitcoin.
Referred to as Aquila Cove, the property provides a seaside home, studio and 162 acres, one third of which is on the mainland.
The opposite two-thirds of the property consists of a tidal island with “pristine forest” and “a whole bunch of meters of seaside entrance”.
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“The current owners are retiring,” the listing by Nutrien Harcourts agent Gary Johns says. “Regrettably the property must be sold.”
Located near Carmila, which is about 100km south of Mackay, the sprawling property is bounded by tidal creeks and the ocean.
The approximately 42sq m renovated “studio” is a “liveable shed” at the west end of the property, and includes electricity, hot and cold running water, airconditioning, and internet.
It also has a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and laundry. Your solid base to relax while you consider your sea change options.
Also recently renovated is the “Beach House”, which includes a bedroom, kitchen and separate ensuite, lights, hot and cold running water and an internet connection, all powered by solar.
There is also a large water tank and a deck to take in the views.
Other features include two sheds, an old set of stockyards, a large dam and a wide array of veggies and fruit trees, including mangom avocado, citrus, macadamia and pecan and other fruit trees.
“Aquila Cove provides a totally self-sufficient and sustainable lifestyle,” the listing says.
Mr Johns said it was the first time he had listed a property in the region for sale for cash or bitcoin.
“The property was carved off a cane farm and I have had some interest, but just not there yet,” he said.
“I reckon it would be perfect for someone with a bit of money who doesn’t mind being a bit of a hermit.
“I have been to it (the property) and it is very nice, the vendors love it.”