LOT 184 HONEYEATER COURT
Lot 184 at Point Boston on the Eyre Peninsula and not only will you own a spacious allotment to build a dream home, holiday house, or bed and breakfast accommodation, but you will also own your view and become part owner of an entire peninsula. This Community Title subdivision encompasses almost the whole of the Point Boston Peninsula comprising a total area of 625 hectares (1,500 acres) including 480 hectares (1,152 acres) of pristine woodland, wetlands, and coastal dune systems on private conservation lands owned by the whole of the Point Boston Community.
The Development presents a unique approach to low density coastal living showcasing environmentally sustainable practices and water sensitive urban design compatible with conservation and enhancement of the natural attributes of the landscape whilst providing sealed road access, reticulated water and power, a central wastewater treatment facility, street lighting, and walking trails.
The design incorporates wetlands for managing stormwater, a street layout that ensures no house abuts an allotment in the front or behind, and convenient access to coastal beaches for swimming, fishing, kite boarding, canoeing, and walking. Due to its almost gated design and open layout Point Boston is a safe and crime resistant locality.
The panoramic views framed by Louth Island in the northeast and Boston Island to the south with a multitude of smaller islands in between are optimized through a combination of the tiered layout using the natural slope, and a requirement for waterfront allotments not to exceed single story in height. A set of design guidelines administered by the Community Corporation Committee, ensures that a high standard of house design and environmental standards are met as is exemplified by the high quality of built form in the area.
The friendly owner of the Peninsula Club on the adjoining Development Lot allows bookings for functions, Barbecues, and meetings to be held there overlooking one of the most picturesque coves on the Peninsula.
The Point Boston Community is within 15 minutes drive from Port Lincoln. North Shields is a mere 5 minutes drive away with a shop, service station, hotel and boat ramp. The airport and the Poonindie Primary School are also close by.
Situated at the higher end of the development Lot 184 Honeyeater Court has commanding views over the islands and gulf. It is 808 square metres in area, has a frontage of 20.19 metres to the road, and is 40.87 metres deep.