A Hawkesbury River property in one of the most remote locations you could find is on the market for $260,000.
But you will need a boat, and some high tide if you want to visit.
The one bedroom plus loft compact home at Lot 9, Cogra Bay has an interesting design, clad in metal sheeting.
EX BLOCK STARS REVEAL NEW CENTRAL COAST PROJECT
‘ASTRONOMICAL’ INTEREST IN WYONG CREEK LAND PARCELS
Super off the grid, the property does not come with power or water, but a generator is included in the sale and solar could be installed.
“I only have small windows of opportunities to show prospective buyers the home – you can generally access the property about 1.5 hours either side of high tide,” selling agent Paul Muscat from Hawkesbury River Real Estate – Brooklyn said.
SIGN UP FOR THE NSW REAL ESTATE NEWSLETTER HERE
According to CoreLogic, the property is owned by Hobart’s Catholic Archbishop Julian Porteous. He was previously Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney.
The Archbishop purchased the property in April 2000 for just $22,000.
“I believe that the owner only built the house about 10 years ago, so it would have been just the land originally,” Mr Muscat said.