Kincumber, New South Wales, Australia
Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
Agent Email Address: email@example.com
Type: Bed and Breakfast
Yield: Not Disclosed
Kincumber is a south-eastern suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, nestle between the Kincumba Mountain Reserve and the Kincumber Broadwater and located 91 kilometres (57 mi) north of Sydney via the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway (F3). It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area.
A nature reserve, Kincumba Mountain, is located within the suburb and is often used by the community for various functions, including picnicking, bush-walking, orienteering, parties, and carnivals.
Kincumber is also a skateboarding hub of the Central Coast. It has two skate facilities, one in Frost Reserve and the other in South Kincumber recreation area.
The name stems from the local Aboriginal name of "Kincumba" meaning "towards the rising sun" or "to tomorrow". A large open flat rock area at the highest plateau of Kincumba Mountain, which commands panoramic views of the region, was used by Kuringgai people as a meeting place and camp. Being the highest open position in the region, it was first to receive the morning sun as it broke over the eastern horizon Tasman Sea/Pacific Ocean, and so this area was also referred to as "towards tomorrow". Signs of habitation in the Kincumber area include axe-grinding grooves and rock engravings on Kincumba Mountain. Due to the freshwater creek, water access from Brisbane Water and the Hawkesbury River, and an abundance of old rainforest timber in the surrounding valley hills, Kincumber was one of the earliest settlements on the Central Coast, supplying wood for the needs of the growing colony at Sydney in the early 19th century. This is best shown by a small periodical called Literary Kincumber, which ran during the late 1880s. It contained stories as well as memoirs of the pioneering days of the region. The publication was distributed from a store in the northern end of the town, and while largely forgotten today, was at the time considered relatively popular, if at times controversial.
Boat-building became an early local secondary industry after timber-getting, to meet the primary necessity of water transport. Boat-building along Kincumber Creek in Kincumber continued until the early 21st century.
Kincumber Was once home to a Monazite processing plant that processed mineral sands that were mined in the local area, The plant was operated on the edge of Kincumber industrial estate, and backed on to Kincumber creek, the site "lot500" now abandoned still retains higher than average levels of radiation and has been deemed unsafe for development. There was no shopping centre in the town until former world tennis player John Newcombe funded one in the late 1980s.
According to the 2016 census of Population, there were 7,093 people in Kincumber.
Kincumber has a high school, primary school, shopping centre, Postal Office with surf shop, library, and hotel and fast food outlets.
As of December 7 2019, Kincumber's culinary offerings expanded with the establishment of Phat Chicken, a premier restaurant that sells charcoal chicken and various foods to Kincumberians. In addition to this, Kincumber also has a Thai restaurant, Chinese restaurant (x 2) and a seafood shop. All these have made Kincumber a hot player in the expanding Central Coast food scene.
The residence offers 3 large bedrooms with en-suites, the master with a nursery or private sitting room, large walk-in robe and private balcony. There is an office, a large open plan chefs kitchen with butler's pantry and access to the guest dining room. The living and dining area also opens to a private deck with a lovely outlook to the garden and Kincumba Mountain. There are high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and the warmth of polished timber floors throughout.
Each of the luxury guest suites are extremely spacious and beautifully appointed with walk-in robe, ensuite, private balcony and air conditioning. The king luxury suite also provides wheelchair access and bathroom facilities. Other features of this fantastic property include:
This unique property offers the golden opportunity to purchase an established boutique BB providing a generous income, as well as an amazing home in a beautiful location.
Real Estate and Property
Land size 10000sqm.
Rates 1,913.45/sewer Approx. 870pa. Real Estate and Property Included.
This luxury bed and breakfast is located just 4km from Avoca and Terrigal beaches and is set in the hinterland. It is located on a main thoroughfare to the beaches offering a prime location for drive-by traffic. However with the property being set quite a distance from the road, it also provides peace and tranquillity to occupants.
The premises is a substantial 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom home set on 2.5 picturesque acres. The grounds are landscaped and surrounded by other acreages. Currently set up with provision for 3 guest suites and 3 bedrooms to the private residence.
It is possible to further expand the business by offering up 1 or more of the suites in the main home as guest accommodation. There is also room to build further guest suites underneath the BB side of the house.
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