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Fully Leased Building - Price Reduction - Owners Serious About Selling!Property ID 1652522Tamborine Mountain 2-8 Eagle Heights Road
*Current net rental income $78,737.00 p.a.*
*Property consists of cafe, retail shop and one bedroom residence
*Highly visible location on busy T-intersection
*Total land area 1,118m2* adjoins national park (Curtis Falls)
*Owners purchased elsewhere and determined to sell
*Don't miss this outstanding opportunity!
2-8 Eagle Heights Road offers a unique and very rare opportunity to secure a prominently positioned 1,118m2* corner site on the famous Tamborine Mountain. The site has access to many roads that lead to the M1 Motorway, connecting the Gold Coast and Brisbane.
It is hard to put into words the beauty and tranquility of the Tamborine Mountain plateau, located only 30 kilometres from the Gold Coast and 70 kilometres from Brisbane. The plateau is about 560m high and measures 18km long and 14km wide. With 3 small villages (North Tamborine, Eagle Heights and Mount Tamborine), the mountain has a total population of around 7000* (according to 2011 census).
At every turn you will encounter breathtaking scenery and views, abundant wildlife and clean mountain air. Also a strong cottage industry including many local arts and crafts, a host of natural and man-made attractions, award winning wineries and top-class restaurants, country markets, festivals and events, a whole host of accommodation choices including romantic couples' cottages and B&Bs are available to treat Tamborine Mountain's guests.
Owning the bricks and mortar' appeals to many. Buying a freestanding building, or otherwise known as freehold' has many major benefits. These include, but are not limited to: the flexibility of changing the layout to suit your needs and wants (whether you occupy it or lease it out; subject to council approval).
Curtis Falls Track is located metres away from the subject property. The park protects remnants of Tamborine Mountain's plant communities. Basalt columns, cliffs, rocky outcrops and waterfalls are a lasting legacy of volcanic eruptions 23 million years ago.
The enchanting track begins in wet eucalypt forest beneath towering flooded gums. Beautiful crows nest and staghorn ferns can be seen in the canopy above. View Cedar Creek tumble over Curtis Falls into the rock pool below. The rock pool and surrounding basalt rock face provide important glow-worm habitat. The walk is 1.1 kilometres long.
The property can be accessed from Eagle Heights Road, with connection to Canungra, Mount Nathan and Oxenford. These roads all join up with the M1 Motorway.