Leasehold Beachfront Eco Caravan Park on 1.25 Acres
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This is the perfect investment opportunity for a mature or semi-retired couple, who would like to make a sea-change to a fabulous beachside location.
Fowlers Bay is a stunning destination on the far west coast of the Eyre Peninsula, and a popular stopover for those travelling the Nullarbor. Renowned for its outstanding fishing, the bay becomes home to Southern Right Whales during their annual migration, attracting a growing number of travellers and tourists.
Fowlers Bay Eco Park is the only environmentally friendly and naturally sustainable caravan park in the Australian Outback.
This small, private beachfront park is located opposite a 300m solar-lit jetty, on 1.25acres of leasehold land, and comprises 27 powered sites - including large RV sites, several unpowered sites and an onsite van.
The power to all sites, park amenities and kiosk is supplied entirely by a unique hybrid solar system, consisting of solar panels, batteries and a back-up diesel generator. Water is also naturally obtained through rainwater collection and from a Sand Dune Aquifer, that is pumped over 2km to the park by a solar pump.
Established in 1994, this attractive investment package features plenty of extras, including a neat, 2-bedroom, partially furnished residence, with an updated kitchen, open plan living and dining area with views out to the bay, a large lock-up shed/workshop with extra solar panels, and a ute.
• Large, well presented kiosk with display cabinets, freezers/fridges, cooking equipment, commercial coffee machine and alfresco dining deck with panoramic views of the bay
• 2 ablution blocks with 4 toilets, 4 showers and 2 new instant gas hot water systems
• Coin-operated laundry, large camp kitchen, camp fire and entertainment area
Offering a fabulous lifestyle in a stunning location, plus a steady income, this is well worth investigating further.
Price: $875,000 + SAV (approx $20,000 inc. generator diesel and gas bottles)