Lot 2/199 Ellis Road Bellenden Ker QLD 4871
- Hotel, Motel, Pub & Leisure
- 450 m²
- For Sale, Offers in 3 million
Opportunity knocks once as it is not every day that a 61 acre mountain estate comes to market.
In case you missed it, there's a green-tourism revolution afoot, with travelers increasingly making more conscious choices and considering Tropical North Queensland is home to not one but two World Heritage-listed sites, eco-friendly travel has garnered even greater importance and is becoming high demand. And rightly so, our natural environments need protecting so they can be shared with tomorrow's generation.
199 Ellis Road is a 25 hectare timeless sanctuary ready to fill your very own green revolution. Tropical North Queensland has the highest concentration of Ecotourism Australia certified experiences in Australia, and none have the supply of land with such advantages like 199 Ellis Road.
This property has many prospects to prospective tourism development opportunities which may include Eco-lodges, RV park, cabins, treehouses or glamping or a stunning retreat all can be considered as an exciting acquisition. As this property offers a unique business venture where lifestyle, health and nature can be perfectly integrated. Or simply purchase and utilize for your own exclusive, private use.
Motoring 3km up the private and gated driveway through an ancient fig trees towering over the rainforest, rare tropical flora and fauna to rival an international botanical garden, and cascading waterfalls flowing to freshwater mountain creeks - to describe the property as unique is an understatement. More fittingly, this property is a golden opportunity to acquire a world-class real estate asset of significance with a green future. The grand homestead required ten years to complete. Building materials exclusive to the region include hand-cut fossilised pink Dreamtime granite exterior walls and features bespoke timber windows and doors situated on 61 acres of potential bliss and is the real eco-friendly deal situated on the second-highest mountain in Queensland and surrounded by Wooroonooran National Park.
The region of Bellenden Ker offers a diverse landscape, numerous waterfalls and over 40 scenic drives around the region. Famous among botanists, the rainforest has over 700 different species of plants, many of them rare and threatened, which change as the altitude of Bellenden Ker National Park rises.
Everything about this property is echoed by pure pristine nature, the sounds of birds, rainforest walks, waterfalls and abundance of plant species you will be mesmerized by the sheer beauty of this land.