Back to search24 & 28 Cash Road Eumundi QUEENSLAND 4562

Offers Over $439K Each
Property type: AcreageSemi-rural
Added: 5 weeks ago
Beds
2
Bathrooms
1
Carspaces
0
Area
29 acres

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Welcome to a once in a lifetime opportunity!
Imagine building your very own dream home just 3 minutes from the historic and desirable town-centre of Eumundi! This bustling & vibrant character-filled community has a vast range of eateries, shops and culture, plus of course the famous Eumundi Markets!
Offering an incredible Hinterland tree-change opportunity including glorious views forever, you have an option to secure 2 separate lots on a combined 28 acres (or singular parcels on circa 18 acres and 10 acres).

Perched on one of the highest pinnacles in the area, (circa 10 acres) the building envelope for 28 Cash Rd has the potential to give you 360degree views of the soaring hinterland mountain ranges and up & down the entire coast for as far as the eye can see!

Number 24 Cash Rd sits on the larger parcel of 18 acres and has a small house on site that could be replaced or maybe lived in whilst building!

Both lots offer you something unique, so if you wish to be nurtured by nature & nestled amongst the treetops, or you're just yearning for spectacular views plus absolute privacy & serenity then now is your chance to secure this blank canvas and realise your dream home!
Contact Andrew Johnson at imsold property on 0433 237 104 today!

This area is filled with history:
"William Cash was born in 1857 at Cash's Crossing on the Pine River (which was named after his father). He left home aged 17 years and hauled cedar timber from the Blackall/Maleny ranges to Bell's Creek where it was rafted downstream to Caloundra, then shipped to Dath Henderson's timber to Petrie Creek and later from Doonan and Cootharaba to Noosa River where logs were picked up by shallow-draft steamers. Whilst in the Tewantin District he married Miss Mary Campbell, daughter of the first baker in the Noosa district.
Mr Cash's property was situated at the now dead-end of Cash's Road. The land on the southern side was settled by Mr Robinson and on the north and west side by Mr Burke and at the back which ended on the top of a large almost bare hill (known then as Cash's Jump Up) was settled by a Mr Deifinback".

imsold on:
- Absolute privacy and serenity
- Creating your dream property
- Fantastic elevated position
- Quiet lifestyle
- 3 minutes to Eumundi Markets
- 4 minutes to Bruce Highway
- 11 minutes to Noosaville
- 26 minutes to Sunshine Coast Airport
- All the hard work has been done with driveway access to the top of the property
- Rare opportunity to obtain large vacant land so close to the historic town centre

*These properties are in the Sunshine Coast Council and we are advised they are NOT subdividable.
*Building is Subject To Council Approval.

The following links will show the properties in Google Earth: (you may need to copy & paste).

https://goo.gl/1KrtXA - 24 Cash Road, Eumundi, Qld
https://goo.gl/E8N3Rm - 28 Cash Road, Eumundi, Qld

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