Nestled amidst convenience and the captivating coastal atmosphere, this delightful lowset brick residence beckons with a promise of effortless living and seaside joy. Positioned in close proximity to local amenities and just a leisurely stroll from the beach, the location is ideal for embracing the tranquil beauty of Pumicestone Passage, exploring charming cafes and bakeries, and enjoying the camaraderie at the local Bowls club.
The journey commences with an enchanting frontage, a welcoming facade that hints at the comfort and coziness awaiting within. Upon entering, a world of comfort unfolds, seamlessly merging low-maintenance practicality with a warm and inviting atmosphere. The open-plan design effortlessly incorporates a centralised kitchen, providing easy access to your private covered entertaining areas – making hosting friends and family a delightful breeze.
Venturing further, a convenient shed comes into view – a versatile space poised to meet additional storage needs or serve as your personal workshop. Envision the endless possibilities that await!
For those with an adventurous spirit, this home goes beyond mere comfort by offering space to park a caravan or boat, ensuring you’re always ready for a spontaneous getaway. The allure of the sea is just moments away, with the beach within walking distance, inviting you to bask in the sun, feel the sand between your toes, and relish the soothing ocean breeze.
Embrace the coastal lifestyle with the added convenience of proximity to Aldi and other amenities. Your daily essentials are within arm’s reach, simplifying life’s demands.
The narrative unfolds into the backyard, a haven for pets or children to play freely. The expansive space provides security and peace of mind, completing the story of a home that caters to every facet of your life.
You will love the easy living and charm presented by this lovely home, call Beth for your viewing today.
• Three bedrooms all with built-ins
• Centralised kitchen with ample storage
• Large modern bathroom with walk-in-shower
• The convenience of a separate toilet
• Open-plan lounge & dining room
• Air-conditioning & ceiling fans
• Combustion fireplace for winter
• Great storage throughout
• Enclosed entertaining area with A/C
• Fully fenced grassy backyard
• Side gate for access to the shed
• Room for boat, caravan
• Nearby boat ramp to the Bribie Gardens Waterway
• Front verandah to watch the sunset
• Single garage with storage cupboards
• Shed- 6m x 4.8m for any mans dreams
• 10 Solar panels for energy efficiency
• Internal laundry with storage cupboards
• Convenient location with back gate
• Quiet friendly cul-de-sac
• Approximately 600m2 block
2mins – IGA Supermarket
3mins – Aldi Supermarket
4mins – Woolworths at Bribie Island Central
2mins – Bakery, Chemist, News Agent & BWS
3mins – Local Café
4mins – Bowls Club
8 mins – local takeaway shops
8mins to the local jetty
8 mins to the Local RSL
Bribie Island showcase all the beauty of what Moreton Bay region has to offer, It’s the ideal spot for a weekend escape with the family, vacation, or perhaps a new home for “Island Living”!
The Pumicestone Passage is a protected marine park and a refuge for animals on Bribie Island, including a wide variety of wildlife, including dugongs, turtles, dolphins, and birds. There are tours of the stunning stretch that provide enlightening experience.
Goannas, kangaroos, emus, kookaburras, and migratory birds from Kakadu can be seen on Bribie Island National Park in Australia. If you visit the national parks, kindly only take pictures and only leave imprints.
The island is home to a number of national parks, some of which include camping facilities, as well as surf beaches, calmer, protected beaches, and some excellent fishing locations. Bribie is a place that has all you need for a restful (or adventurous) day trip or vacation thanks to the wide choice of eateries and lodging options.
Family outings are ideal at Bongaree’s picturesque foreshore. There are numerous boat ramps, the famous Bribie Island Jetty with great eateries, picnic places, and sheltered locations. The kids can splash around and have fun in the calm water as well or enjoy a public playground at Brennan Park that offers heaps of fun on the flying fox for some additional entertainment.
Bribie is not simply a family destination. For the more daring, there are still possibilities. Hire a boat and go fishing, try jet-skiing, or rent paddleboards, electric bicycles, Segways, or plenty of bike tracks, including a track that takes you from one side of the island to the other side. Just remember to bring plenty of water, hat & sunscreen. If that sounds intimidating, you might need to plan a vacation to only begin to explore all that Bribie has to offer
Alternatively, go to Woorim Beach, one of the nearest surf beaches to Brisbane that is patrolled. You can also tour Bribie Island National Park from the shore if your car has four-wheel drive. There is more secluded beaches, dog off leash areas that you can discover, your only problem is, you will fall in love with what this beautiful Island has to offer.
The only island in Queensland with a bridge connecting it to the mainland is Bribie Island. This makes driving from the Brisbane Central Business District-about an hour and a half away-easy.