AN HISTORIC PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT IN QUEENSLAND’S GOLD RUSH COUNTRY
Kernow is an exciting new development in the heart of North Queensland’s mining and cattle county. Steeped in history but close to the thriving town of Charters Towers this one-of-a-kind project offers huge potential for property investors looking to let their imaginations run wild. Currently we have 15 fully-furnished and self-contained serviced apartments available for short-term and overnight rental while we develop the next phases of this lifestyle development. Please note that currently only children who are age 12 and over are able to visit or stay at our property. Children younger than 12 will be welcome at future phases of the development.
CAREFUL RESTORATION, CUSTOM BUILDS
Formerly a 1950s government asylum and set on elevated ground surrounded by 200 acres of untamed land, heritage lies at the heart of everything happening at Kernow. Original buildings are carefully restored, new-builds will be bold but sympathetic to the setting. There will be a lively mixed-use community of 400+ dwellings in a lifestyle environment. The opportunity combines both the services of being in a dynamic country town along with the peace and tranquillity of landscaped gardens and outback cattle country.
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Ready supply of government, military, education & business people seeking temporary accommodation in the immediate area.
Kernow Charters Towers will tap into the vibrant and rapidly expanding Queensland holiday market.
We’ve kept the original character of this incredible site wherever possible, while sparing no effort (or expense) on the modern comforts expected by today’s demanding customers.
200 acres, stunning wildlife, original buildings with a fascinating history – all situated within easy, quick access to the best attractions Queensland has to offer.
Phase Two of the development will see further apartments, a gym, spa and multi-purpose hall for events and private hire. Construction of a clear-water lake has commenced and it is hoped that this will be ready for water towards the end of 2017.