Land is 74 acres on the Atherton Tablelands.
Mostly uncleared dry sclerophyll forest, fully fenced, so wildlife can roam.
Gently sloping sandy decomposed granite soil, with rocky outcrops.
Beautiful views from the top of hill. Unhindered view of no man made structures. Wake up in the morning to quietness and bird song.
Stand alone solar systems, water harvesting off roofs and well, seasonal dams.
A low set restored cottage, open plan 9 m x 9 m plus verandah. Local stone floor, block fibre cement and corrugated iron, fully insulated with open fireplace and gas cooker.
Feng shui design, adjusted front door position to direct beneficial energy to living and bed area.
Other building is block and corrugated iron with large car ports/ verandahs – 10m x 3.8m.
Open plan flat/office. Separate toilet shower and garden/ generator shed adjacent to two shipping containers and two more car ports. One shipping container is insulated, stainless steel lined and was a registered kitchen.
Enclosed shade house 3 x 8 m with gravity fed watering system into pots.
One big high cube 40 foot shipping container and ramp
Country looks very similar to Kruger National park in South Africa.
Close to the Walsh River, five min drive to a water hole or 30 min walk.
Other interesting spots up river, four wheel driving, horse riding, dirt bike, cycling or trekking. Four hour return trek to natural bridge from the front gate.
Short drives to rainforest parks and lakes. 30 minute drive to Atherton.
Please email the office for all the details of business options around the salt rocks.