Monday, June 15

More Beachmere...

I have fallen in love with the little township of Beachmere and often wonder why it is not more popular as a place to live - especially for senior members of our country.  To be fair, there are a lot of seniors here - but there are also vacant houses (sale and rental) and the capacity to welcome more to its shores.

Just 50 kms north of Brisbane, with easy access to the city by train from Caboolture, and my the Bruce Highway (and alternate routes) it is a magic place.  We don't have major supermarket and fast food chains - but they are a 15 minute drive away if you really want them.  A Pizza place delivers, but there are restaurants and cafes in Beachmere.

There are many real estate agents who service the area, but L J Hooker have an office in Beachmere, and another agency Beachmere Real Estate.  Other agents work the area but do not have offices as do these two agents.

There is a primary school, Beachmere State School with some 320 students - many living within walking distance from the school.   There is also a Steiner School.   There are a number of private schools not too far away, and high schools serviced by buses at Caboolture and Bribie Island.

It is an area of great beauty and tranquillity.  Being beside the sea, (with views to Bribie Island, Scarborough and Moreton Island) on the northern edge of the Caboolture River the scenery is spectacular.






There is a good community with plenty to do - and not far from other opportunities.  There is an IGA - but it is not too far to Coles or Woolworths and major shopping complexes at Morayfield or North Lakes.  There is a great pub - Beachmere Tavern, with a bottle shop.  Medical and Dental and other allied health practices.

There are many folk who live here and work in the city too!  But most try and find employment locally though it is limited in Beachmere itself, but with more developments there are a few opportunities to come in the near future.

So, if you are looking for great real estate - have a look at Beachmere and see the possibilities.

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