Red loam with north facing slopes
Bore Spring fed dam 75,000 lts of rainwater storage
Permaculture Superannuation Investment
- WOOMBYE QLD
This delightful architecturally designed home is located 13 km from Maroochydore and the famous Sunshine Coast beaches. The home is 7 years old, with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It is approximately 375 m2 and is located on the 4.58 ha of rich red soils which take in the charming valley views. There is already an income being generated from the property’s self-contained cottage studio. Future earnings from this permaculture superannuation investment could be substantial. Numerous unique varieties of trees and bushes that have already been planted are now just reaching maturity. Importantly, the property has been chemical free for 15 years by the current owners.
The home is ideal for the family that enjoys entertaining, as both the formal living room and open-plan kitchen, dining and family room open out onto the extensive partially-covered outdoor decking. All 4 bedrooms are of a generous size, with the master bedroom having a walk-in robe and ensuite. Solid bamboo flooring extends from the entrance hall throughout. This, with the extra high ceilings and high-end finish compliments the fastidious builder’s work. The quality fitted out kitchen, with its stone benchtops and large pantry would satisfy the discerning chef of the family. Water to the house is from 75,000 L of rainwater storage.
At present, only about 25% of the property has been planted. As a permaculture superannuation investment, the new owners could add to the numerous exotic tropical and Mediterranean fruit varieties already established. A full list of the existing 48 species is available on request.
To support the growth of the plants, there is an excellent bore with high quality water. This is backed up, if ever necessary, by the spring-fed dam. The paddocks available for planting face from the north east right around through to the south west. The aspect of the largest paddock is facing north east and extends all the way down to the dam.
The Colorbond farm shed has 4 bays with 3 roller doors. The 5kw solar power system on the roof of the shed is backed up by 3-phase power.
Permaculture gardening on the size of this land can easily sustain the largest family, in addition to providing income from the excess fruit, nuts, vegetables, herbs and flowers. The more diverse the plants that are planted will provide food and an income throughout the year. As a permaculture superannuation investment, the idea is to combine fruit and nut trees with many layers of vegetables and pest controlling, nitrogen fixing perennials to create a self-sustaining food forest.
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