Picturesque Views of The Bay
Your chance to own a slice of paradise. This property has stunning views of Upstart Bay from every angle. Enjoy endless hours taking in the fresh salt air from the veranda or enjoy the great fishing and crabbing that Cape Upstart has to offer. Four bedrooms all with built in cupboards and air-conditioning. Combined Livingroom dining room and kitchen. The kitchen has bifold doors that open out onto the veranda. Bathroom has shower and separate toilet. Inside laundry room. Office has Phone and internet connection. Yes, you need a boat to get to this piece of paradise. Access is via Molongle Creek.
Priced at $990,000.00 all the work has been done just turn up and throw a line in for that fresh fish dinner.
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About Cape Upstart
The northern and eastern shore of Cape Upstart consists of 18 km of rugged, rocky coastline, with steep cliffs in places and the land generally rising rapidly to between 200 and 400 m. In amongst the rocks are four small embayments containing six beaches totalling 1.6 km in length. Three of the beaches are composed of boulders, with only three sandy beaches totalling 600 m in length. All six beaches lie in the Cape Upstart National Park, with vehicle access only possible to Coconut Bay, lying just inside the southern park boundary. The bay is linked via a torturous, 7 km long 4WD track to The Cape homestead. The easiest access to all beaches is by boat, with Beach 924 and Kingfisher Bay (south) offering relatively safe anchorage. Coconut Bay (927) is an exposed, headland-bound, 200 m long, south-east facing beach, that is linked by its surf zone to the neighbouring, longer Abbot Bay Beach. A 4WD track reaches the back of the beach, which is also backed by a low spinifex and casuarina-covered foredune, with a small creek draining out along the northern headland. The low gradient beach is over 100 m wide at low tide, with a chance of one or two rips in the low tide surf, particularly against the northern rocks.
This is a popular coast for fishing the many rocky reefs from boats. If ashore, there are numerous vantage points from the predominantly rocky shore and beaches.