Want The Ideal Retirement Lifestyle?
Live life to the max and forget about all work and no play! This 177 acre farm is situated close to the boat ramp to go out for a great day of fishing and pristine surf beaches, 4WD tracks and the creek system are only a hop, skip and a jump away. This farm land is usable for cattle, horses or crops, so you could have a passive income and save money while you choose to live sustainably as well!
The windmill featured at the front of the property adds character to this welcoming acreage. There is great water supply with two dams, two bores, a seasonal creek with water holes and over 15,000 gal from water tanks.
This original classic queenslander home offers 2 bedrooms, sleep out for visitors, a sunroom/sewing room, lounge, dining & kitchen with one bathroom all with 14' ceilings. A wood combustion stove in the kitchen helps keep the house warm and cosy in winter and a gas stove to use in summer. Two bedrooms both with fans and air-conditioning and fans in the lounge/dining rooms.
The home is council approved and provides NBN for the computer, electricity, solar hot water, phone line and satellite TV. Good height underneath with the option for more living area or for entertaining. A mix of fruit trees are planted around the house yard, also a carport and a double garden shed nearby.
If you are wanting a peaceful layback lifestyle to retire, or looking to make the change to sustainable living and be self- sufficient, this property is ideal.
Don't let this opportunity to secure this farm slip by. Call Vicki Emerton today on Mob 0412768842.
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