Property

Agnes Water's finest beach home is available for letting

The luxurious style of Alinghi in Agnes Water.
The luxurious style of Alinghi in Agnes Water. Contributed

"ALINGHI" Agnes Water's finest beach home, with a global reputation for being one of the best luxe experiences in the world is now available for family holiday letting, honeymooners, a luxe getaway for a group of friends or a very private small group special event. 

Perched above secluded "Honeymoon Bay", Rocky Points Estate Agnes Water on the Discovery Coast is just 1.5 hours from the booming Gladstone region in Central Queensland. 

Harcourts Principal Gordon Christian said Alinghi's experience is designed to exceed the expectations of the most discerning guests.

"It is one of only six residences in a very private secure gated estate with full time on site caretaker and managers," he said.

"From your arrival to your departure, the service and your abode are the finest on offer."

En route on the "Red Rock Trail" you can walk over rock headlands and miles of sandy beaches.

Immersed in nature you have the chance to watch turtles nest, whales migrate, wallabies hop, fish the rocks, dive for a lobster, soak up the sun for a great Queensland experience.

This is the ultimate coastal escape with a 25 meter saltwater pool, tennis court, entertainment pavilion, access to six beaches, year round swimming and surfing and only 1.5 hours by boat to the Southern Great Barrier Reef.

The option is also available to dive or snorkel at one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

"And yes, it is right on Gladstone's Doorstep," Mr Christian said.

Facts

Price:  $1000 per night min 3 night stay or $7000 per week

Special offer:

  • 20% off normal rate for Christmas Stay 20/12/ - 31/12/2012
  • 20% off New year stays plus a free bottle champagne valid 26/12/2012 to 10/1/2013

Accolades: Conde' Nest  Travel - Top 10 beach house in the world

For Booking Contact: Harcourts 1770 Holidays at www.1770holidaysonline.com.au or phone 4902 1444 or for more information contact Gordon Christian on 0417 206 500.

Topics:  agnes water, houses, property




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