Sheds are a hot commodity these days, especially those in a beach town that have the space for a large boat. This one will not disappoint!
Fully enclosed and solid as a rock, this 54m2 block shed will allow you to safely secure your prized possessions. A caravan….not a problem. A motorhome……certainly. Big boats….you better believe it.
What makes this so special is its location. It is conveniently located just across the road from the beach and with easy access to boat ramps and the best fishing spots you can imagine. Use it as a base for your fishing trip, or simply use it for storage – the choice is yours. In the past the shed has been used as an income producer, with a history of being rented out for up to $660 per month.
If you need more than a shed, or are looking to bolster your investment portfolio, the two adjoining 2 bedroom townhouses are also for sale – each on separate titles. You can buy them separately for $235k each, or buy the whole complex (2 townhouses plus the shed) for a discounted price of $575k. With no body corporate fees to erode returns you should look at this one seriously.
Tully Heads has a beautiful golden beach with an excellent beachside reserve with picnic facilities and well-known for its fishing and boating activities. Centrally located between two rivers - the Tully River to the south and the Hull River to the north - Tully Heads is a popular fishing and boating destination within a low rise development area with good amenities. A modern Tavern, enjoyed by locals and attracts clientele from much wider afield - a large caravan park with convenience store with bait and fuel supplies and two excellent boat ramps - one into the Tully River and the other larger ramp with 3 bays, a floating pontoon and separate vessel mooring pontoon. Tully's Coast Guard headquarters are based at the mouth of the Hull River.
The Family Islands are located offshore between Mission Beach and Tully Heads. Dunk Island has a camping area which can be reached from the mainland by private boat or water taxi. Camping is permissible on Dunk, Wheeler and Coombe Islands but permits are required and the smaller islands have no water and minimal facilities, but wonderful secluded and pristine environments.
If you could put yourself in this picture, call Tim Rampton on 0498 877 055 or Jodie Rampton on 0498 877 050