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As seen in the Source link, written by realestate.com.au on 2019-11-07 01:00:00

Elysian Retreat Long Island, Whitsundays is on the market for $6.75m. Picture: Supplied

A luxury retreat that comes with a boat, helipad, 10 separate villas, spa, wet edge pool and even accommodation for staff will have you wishing you won lotto.

If spending your days kayaking, diving, snorkeling or going on helicopter and seaplane tours sounds magical, the property called Elysian Retreat at Long Island in the Whitsundays has been listed for $6.75million.

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Elysian Retreat is a boutique luxury eco-resort.

It comes with helipad.

Located just a 15 minute helicopter flight from Hamilton Island Resort and Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays, the boutique eco-resort on the Great Barrier Reef is owned by Sojourn Retreat owners Wayne and Laureth Rumble, who .

They handed it over as a co-listing to real estate agents Tom Gibson of JLL and Pat O’Driscoll of Knight Frank.

The retreat has 10 beachside villas.

Mr Gibson, whose recent sales include Dunk Island, had the property listed on realestate.com.au as one where all offers would be considered.

It was described as being “in a secluded pocket of the Whitsundays” with “barefoot luxury accommodation”.

What a lineup.

Inside one of the dreamy villas.

The 10 villas are lined up along the beach but subject to council approval, there was also scope to expand with 10 garden villas as well.

The property has recently had a “multi-million dollar renovation of back-of-house and guest amenities”, and facilities include a licensed bar, restaurant and lounge.

The property also has a wet edge swimming pool and sun lounge deck, a spa treatment room, staff accommodation with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, living and dining areas and a commercial laundry.

The property is 100 per cent off the grid with solar power backed by a 44 kW generator, and also has a bio-cycle waste system amongst its infrastructure features.

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