Building your dream home starts with finding the dream location and land parcel, and this property of 9.7ha (23.9 acres) certainly presents not only spectacular views, there’s also multiple potential build sites for your dream home.
The views are spectacular from the top of the knoll overlooking the Mary Valley and towards Black Mountain, or you might find the cleared grassed areas on the lower part of the land the perfect place to build adjacent your water sources of two dams with pump. With the existing shed and power already installed and two water tanks with approximately 30,000 L of storage, this property presents exceptional opportunity if you’re looking to start life in the countryside.
The property vegetation lends itself to livestock, such as cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, with chooks for fresh eggs to complete your country experience. There are fenced paddocks with the boundaries clearly marked and star pickets on all external boundaries. The long drive way leading off old Mill Road brings you gently up to the central area of this 23.9 acre property and the base to start your journey to explore the land.
Once a horse arena, the large flat pad is the perfect place for a Homestead or restore to its former use. There’s an old machinery, stable and shed nearby with irrigation connected. Fruit trees include a scattering of mango trees on the front boundary, and limes and lemons in the paddocks.
Zoned Rural with Gympie Council, the property is ready and waiting with all essential infrastructure installed presenting exceptional cost savings from the get go.
A video has been prepared which you’re encouraged you to watch to fully appreciate the views and expense of the land.
Please contact agent to arrange your private inspection at your convenience.
The information contained herein has been obtained through sources deemed reliable by Hinternoosa, but cannot be guaranteed for its accuracy. We recommend to the buyer that any information, which is of special interest, should be obtained through independent verification. All measurements are approximate. Check with the local council for usage regulations.