This exceptional parcel of land has to be seen to be believed. To be able to purchase 187 hectares of pristine coastal land, which remains in its remnant condition since it was originally sighted by Matthew Flinders in 1802, is amazing!
Most fisherman of the Farm Beach whiting grounds have used the “Fenceline” as a point of reference, well, this block is all the scrub land north of the “Fenceline”, and runs right down to the coast. Incredible views, beautiful beach, privacy and an access track along the coast.
A ridge that runs along the top of the escarpment provides extensive views to all the islands off the Coffin Bay National Park and to the north, Point Frenchman, Mount Greenly, Lake Hamilton and an absolute panoramic vista of pristine coastline.
Approximately 40% of the area is zoned “Primary Production” and the remainder, “Coastal Conservation”. Access is either from Frenchman Road before the coast, or from the camping track at the coast, which offers shaded coastal camping.
Mature stands of Sheoaks, Tea trees, Mallees and extensive low vegetation cover most of the land and the boundary is fully fenced.
Located on the coast, just south of Frenchman’s Bluff, this is an exceptional property that could become an iconic tourist destination or, a sanctuary for an investor who would just like to have it all to themselves.
Being offered for sale by expressions of interest that close at 11am on the 7th June 2018, call Mike on 0428854020. I’d love to take you for a drive over this incredible property.
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