The ultimate sport lovers estate has hit the market on the Sunshine Coast – with its own golf course, two homes, five self-contained cabins, a sports oval and even a clubhouse.
Located just 20 minutes from the beach on the Sunshine Coast, the Diddillibah property covers 10.01ha, part of which was used for a nine-hole golf course, as well as sports oval complete with rugby goalposts, and an entertainment clubhouse to watch proceedings from.
The property at 15 Gibbs Court, Diddillibah, includes a four-bedroom main residence, five new self-contained cabins overlooking the golf course and large industrial sheds.
Surrounded by rural and rural residential properties, Colliers agent Baydn Dodds said the scenery from the private property was a highlight.
“It’s got stunning hinterland views, sweeping northerly views which is a great aspect,” Mr Dodds said.
Not only was the property an ideal entertainment hub for the buyer’s own leisure, but it also offered multiple income sources, Mr Dodds said.
“It’s really just a resort that allows you to retreat back to a beautiful property that you can enjoy living in and generate a significant income at the same time.”
“It would suit someone that wanted to live in the residential house and then just manage the property.”
The acreage estate was fully irrigated to help maintain manicured gardens and fruit trees, making the area perfect for eco-tourism, a functions and events business, wedding venues, or a hobby farm.
The Sunshine Coast property market is proving to be one of the hottest for Queensland, with the median house price for Diddillibah sitting at $1.19m according to realestate.com.au.
Expressions of interest to secure the estate close on Thursday February 10.