Perfect for those wanting to escape the busy urban lifestyle and relax in a genuine, rustic, bush setting reminiscent of a bygone era. This country style cottage is set upon almost 4.35 hectares / 10.7 acres of pristine wilderness, including a large cleared and level area surrounding the house.
Almost total seclusion makes for a nature lover's paradise; on the property you will find abundant wildlife and picturesque seasonal waterfalls, which descend into a small, flowing and freshwater creek. Set slightly inland; arrive to the house via water at Greens Point on the river's edge, then walk or ride along the 800m (approx.) access path.
The house features; two bedrooms, kitchen, combined lounge / dining, verandahs to the front & rear, and a rustic outhouse toilet. The main bathroom is not yet complete and awaits your creative touches to finish transforming this magical eco getaway.
-- Functional kitchen with gas oven, and access to natural spring water
-- Plenty of room to add a substantial solar system
-- Rich soil - plant your sustainable vegie garden here
-- Recently cleared access path; quad bike may be included by negotiation
-- Composting toilet available for installation – ask agent for more details
-- Potential to add second level & capture views towards the river (STCA)
-- Potential to add jetty (at property's river access point) – subject to approval
Big Jims Point is a serene water access only locality on the Hawkesbury River, at the north west end of Bar Point. There are only a handful of properties here, and the area is predominantly 'off-grid'. Other than landline phone connection, there are no services available. Arrive to the property from nearby Brooklyn or Mooney Mooney in your own boat, or water taxi. Note: please ignore Google maps – there is NO vehicle or road access to Big Jims Point.
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