195/ Pacific Highway Mororo NSW 2469
- Rural / Farming
- 467.41 ha
- For sale, $895,000
'Claire's Coastland Retreat'
Right on the doorstep, literally neighbouring the Bundjalung National Park and Devil's Pulpit State Forest, there can be no better natural escape than this magnificent approx. 1155 acre coastal wilderness.
Just north of Iluka and Yamba on the far North Coast of NSW with good access from the new Pacific Highway, the proximity to Beach, Town and City is easy.
On entering the property there is a lush paddock with dams plus a stable which may be the perfect spot to build a home and enjoy a taste of rural life.
Deeper into the property there is another shed and the all-weather road meanders through spectacular paperbark forest where you will see many varieties of native vegetation important to our local area.
Plant and wildlife is well into recovery phase after the 2019 bushfires and the recognition of the properties conservation significance comes with a fully funded Biodiversity package which assists in protecting, caring for and improving the land and infrastructure of the property. Now in its second year of the programme, the property benefits by new fencing, weed control and road/track maintenance; all part of the funding allocated for the care of the property of approximately $850,000 over the next 20 years and beyond.
Through the Paperbark and Hardwood forest and beyond the creek, set right back on the doorstep of the National Park is 'Claire's Retreat'. Hand-built, wonderfully unique and character filled, the home was built with the creative and artistic eye of the bush loving owner.
Surrounded with dams, big and small, the rustic residence is a place of peace and calm. Other infrastructure includes a secondary building in need of rescue, excellent storage for vehicles and machinery and the resident chicken enjoys its familiar surround.
This is a property which will mainly appeal to the nature lover well versed in the protection of native wildlife and their habitat, keen to be involved in a fully funded Biodiversity programme. The bonus is overseeing and organising the works or getting involved yourself being paid from the allocated funds, reaping the benefit and rewards over the coming years.
A wonderful way to play an important environmental role while enjoying the lifestyle of living in the North Coast hinterland where this property is a virtual extension of the national park.
Call Fiona Beamer to learn more.