If you’re looking for rural living with all the mod-cons, look no further. Perched on high ground, “Evervue Estate” surveys the rolling green hills surrounding Gympie with the mountains in the distance. The only competition for the view outside would be the modern decor inside this beautiful family home.
Enjoy Evervue’s commanding vistas from in front of the fireplace, or spend a night-in with the family in the home theatre; the choice is yours. This expansive home has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, modern kitchen, lounge and dining, as well as space for 6 vehicles, making it ideal for your family, and a haven to entertain in on the weekends.
Evervue Estate’s 40 acres of good farmland are only 10 minutes drive from Gympie, giving you all the conveniences of schools, shops and local amenities, while offering the peace and quiet of rural living.
Gympie has a fantastic number of educational options for families with 9 government schools in Gympie and another 18 in the surrounding area. There are also 4 Christian schools as well as the Wide Bay Institute of TAFE , and the Gympie campus of USC. Gympie State High offers many subjects including vocational apprenticeship and academic excellence programs, as well as a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. Chatsworth State School is just around the corner from “Evervue Estate”. This small primary school of around 200 pupils has special programs in English and maths, and even has initiatives based around good nutrition, such as their “Fruit Break” program.
A rural centre of Gympie’s size has all of the conveniences and amenities that you would expect, with Gympie Central housing Woolworth’s as well as a number of smaller shops and outlets. In the centre of town along Mary street you can find pretty much everything else you could need from shoes and fashion, to toys and hardware.
One of the great things about the Wide Bay Burnett region is the community spirit, and a great way to get involved is at the annual Gympie Music Muster. Held over four days at the end of August, ‘The Muster’ attracts some of the biggest names on the country music scene. This years artists include Lee Kernaghan, Kasey Chambers and John Williamson, as well as Beccy Cole, Josh Pyke and McAlister Kemp. For the full line up and more info on this Gympie institution, check out the Muster website.
So if you’re looking for a “tree change” or just somewhere a little bigger to call home for you and your family, make sure you contact Peter Douglas of Ray White Rural Queensland to take a look at “Evervue Estate”, and see what this great region has to offer.