Coffin Bay has become a very popular destination with a reputation that is right across Australia. Renowned for its seafood, in particular oysters, along with crayfish, King George Whiting and now with many people travelling domestically, more and more people are discovering Coffin Bay.
With this a large portion of the properties on the market have been sold. 92 Greenly has slipped under the radar, and with some recent renovations, it is ready to welcome another family to all the fun and enjoyment to be had in beautiful Coffin Bay.
Built in 1984 as a summer residence, it has served one family for many years and what a great beach home it has been. Unique in its time of build, it still looks inviting and beachy. Constructed entirely of timber, the pole home is 2 storeys and from the upper deck, great views and sunsets to Port Douglas Bay can be enjoy with a glass of wine.
Downstairs comprises 2 bedrooms, laundry, 3 way bathroom and a large living area with room for a small kitchenette, if needed. Upstairs offers another large living area with views, the main bedroom, galley kitchen and the bathroom is accessible from the main through the walk in robe. Air conditioners have been recently replaced and also the timber of the deck.
A good size shed and nice large lawn provide storage and space for the kids to have a “test match” or kick a footy. Located just a stone throw from the Crinoline Point beach and is just a stroll to the Oyster Walk. A magnificent mature mallee provides shade to the back yard and the lawn is perfect to wash the boat down.
If you’re looking for a holiday home with income potential, this property would make a great holiday rental.
Now on the market for $520,000, you can organise an inspection by calling Mike on 0428 854 020.
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||47|
|Median Rental Price||$330 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||31 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||5|