Colliers International lists 120 pristine hectares on the coastal cliffs of San Remo
A blank canvas for the ultimate lifestyle property exists in the form of 120 hectares of prime coastal real estate on the spectacular San Remo cliffs.
Colliers International’s Kim McQueen and Shane McIntyre have been appointed to manage the expressions-of-interest campaign to sell the stunning clifftop property at 140 Punch Bowl Road, San Remo, which poses a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for discerning buyers.
The land, 1.5 hours from Melbourne toward Phillip Island, is suitable for subdivision into two lots, subject to council approval.
Sitting within the designated future town boundary of the San Remo township, the northern 73 hectares of land has potential for residential development. The southern 47 hectares has been designated for recreation and tourism under the council’s Strategic Framework Plan, with approvals for a golf course resort and associated hotel and villa accommodation in place.
“With incredible 270-degree views of the ocean and bay, this is an exclusive opportunity to build a private luxury residence atop the dramatic San Remo cliffs,” Ms McQueen said. “You could develop your own iconic coastal golf course and resort to rival some of the great courses of the world.”
The property has exceptional freeway and arterial road access, with the coastal town of San Remo just three kilometres away and Westernport Bay’s beaches and fishing spots nearby. Its current house looks down to a private, secluded beach and is adjacent to the scenic George Bass Coastal Walk.
“The site poses an array of possibilities,” Ms McQueen said. “New owners might enjoy it as a farm in its current state, build their architectural dream home with breathtaking views, or rest on it as a sound investment with amazing future development potential.”
San Remo adjoins Phillip Island, internationally recognised as the site of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix circuit.
“This popular tourist destination receives 1.35 million domestic and international visitors a year,” Ms McQueen said. “The region has a range of food and wine attractions, with a focus on fresh local produce and seafood.”
Expressions of interest close December 12. Please contact Ms McQueen on 0417 116 657 for more information.