- 30 June 2007
If I had the cash!Our not officially on sale..yet..and sadly the frog has not enough coins to live or purchase the property in that link.
It is stunning and yes we live in a stunning area.
Took us a few years in SEQld to find it
We have done further searches and actually talk to a friend of ours who actually comes from Tassie...hum..between them and the feedbacks I got here, I think we will stick to either the sunny coast hinterland or northern NSW hinterland.
Still visiting 2 houses or so a week and travelling to every nook and cranny within 50 km.
Looking for perfection is unrealistic but I spent my life doing this and we would not be where we are, if we had not.
I think we found the perfect place but too dear so we are on private sale mode: if we can get a good price for ours,we will do the jump.
Both our current place and what we look for are not usual cookie cutter places..so hard to find, hard to sell.
If anyone wants to buy a farmlet able to carry 30+ heads sustainable with heaps of water, mostly cleared,green hills ,steep but stunning views and very decent house,sheds and infrastructure, all within 30min from Noosa river,(33 min Google drive Noosa head) and 10 min from 6 cafes, shops,etc , PM me😊
Noosa has undergone amazing cycles since the 70s. Not that I knew it then, but a property on Witta Circle when it was first offered was about $15000. Now with mansions everywhere, they're fetching up to $30mill. The biggest growth being since covid as people realized Australia is still a good place to live. I went there in the mid 90s and it had completely lost its vibe with the rich all holidaying in Bali, houses were relatively cheap and the main strip looked a bit unkempt. I went back in 2010 and things had changed again - it was coming back into vogue. Now it's in full flight again. The Australia newspaper property magazine this weekend featured Noosa, so you might get your price.