Listing ID: 487
If you're searching for an easy to run business located in one of Australia's most stunning destinations plus an excellent income, then be sure to put Buln Buln Cabins on your must-see list!
This quality holiday retreat is located on the isthmus of Yanakie, 10 mins from the towns of Foster and Fish Creek. Yanakie is the last town before Wilsons Promontory National Park making it a very popular tourist spot.
This is a stunning location, with easy access to the breathtaking mountain peaks, walking tracks and beaches of Wilsons Promontory and just 10 minutes from Sandy Point, Waratah Bay, Corner Inlet and Shallow Inlet. There are numerous boat ramps/fishing spots close by.
Just 10 minutes from Wilsons Promontory National Park, Buln Buln Cabins offer exceptionally well maintained, quality accommodation in configurations to suit everyone, from couples to families and groups.
Encompassing 1.47Ha, the property comprises a two-bedroom barn, a three-bedroom house + studio room and three two-bedroom cabins.
The cabins are welcoming, clean and comfortable, each sleeping up to five people. They are fully-equipped, air-conditioned and include a covered veranda.
The Barn includes a fully equipped kitchen, laundry, enclosed sunroom, carport and fenced back garden.
The Loft House is truly impressive - a 16 square home, sleeping up to 8 people, and boasting expansive country views from every room and the veranda.
The Studio is a 6m x 6m open room with stunning views, purpose-designed for group gatherings (meetings, dining, yoga, meditation, sleeping). It is attached to Loft House by an enclosed walkway and between them they can sleep 12 people.
• Vegetable garden + fish-stocked dam
• Solar power + 47,000 gallons water tanks
• Wood-fired pizza oven, barbecues, fire pits, children's cubby + picnic tables
• Flexible hours and great lifestyle for owners
The new owners may decide to live onsite, or put in a manager. Either way this excellent business could be just the lifestyle change you've been seeking.
Wilsons Promontory, Victoria 3960