272 ACRE WATERFRONT PARADISE, YAMBA, FAR NORTH COAST, NSW
Location / Area
Palmers Island, near Yamba and Maclean, Far North Coast, New South Wales
Property Type / Size
A 272 acre property with three (3) titles.
Lots 10 & 12 each have Council approval to construct a dwelling and wastewater disposal area.
Lot 11 has Council approval to construct a dwelling plus a duplex (dual occupancy separate residence) and waste water disposal area.
This unique property is the shape of Italy and has long water frontage (6 km) to Lake Wooleweyah, Micalo Channel and Palmers Channel, all of which connect to the Clarence River.
There is an 800 metre well drained grass airstrip, running Southeast/Northwest. It would be ideal for potential ecotourism.
This large area would be suitable for:
Prawn trawlers which net in Lake Wooloweyah are moored at the front gate, and the opportunity exists to buy freshly caught prawns and seafood directly from the fishermen.
The property has 3 lots. Opportunity exists to buy the whole property and sell off the lots you do not require.
This property is midway between Maclean and Yamba (both approximately 10 minutes) and an easy drive to Grafton (40 minutes) or Ballina (1 hour, with major airport etc).
Yamba offers all facilities including restaurants, surf beaches, shopping centre etc.
A council approved house site is situated on the ‘toe’ end of the block. This would give approximately 300 degree water views and is the jewel in the crown!
The block is a bird watchers paradise with every type of shore and migratory bird to be seen, including threatened species such as ospreys, brolgas, pied oystercatchers, jabirus, spoonbills, ibis, terns and the list goes on and on.
This is ‘Paradise’ personified. You can travel by boat to Yamba or Maclean and build a hanger for your light aircraft.
This property is superb and offers enormous potential.