PRDnationwide Kyogle

81 Summerland Way Kyogle, NSW, 2474

02 6632 3380

Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image
Property Image

Your Own Private Wildlife Sanctuary

Your Own Private Wildlife Sanctuary

Property ID: 640787

KYOGLE 1101 Roseberry Creek Road

Listing Rooms3
Listing Bathrooms1
Listing Parking2

For Sale $550,000

Land Size: 44.08 Hectare

This unique lifestyle property is located in a quiet valley 30km north-west of Kyogle, 2.5 hours from Brisbane and within close vicinity to the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park.
The property is 108 acres with 500 meters of Roseberry Creek frontage and borders onto Toonumbar National Park on the south-western boundary.
Privately positioned on the property, the character home has two levels with the lower containing a comfortable open plan living design. There are three bedrooms, two of which are on the upper level with one having its own balcony overlooking the surrounding forest. The house is fully insulated, has a saxon wood heater, polished timber flooring, as new bathroom and a modern kitchen with Miele cooktop and a Nef oven.
The current owners have dedicated the property as a wildlife sanctuary registered as "Roseberry Forest Hermitage" with the Wildlife Land Trust. There are numerous endangered and vulnerable species of flora and fauna and over the last 14 years there has been a substantial amount of bush regeneration carried out on the property which has attracted biodiversity funding.
There are numerous walking tracks throughout the property and there is vehicular access to the three paddocks and creek area. The paddocks suit hobby farm activities and there are a variety of established fruit and nut trees such as mango, macadamia, pecan, citrus and avocado. There are a couple of spring fed dams, three 22,700 litre water tanks, one of which supplies gravity fed water to the house. Other features of the property include a 3kw solar system connected to mains electricity, a two car garage/workshop and an enclosed room currently being used as an artist studio which could easily be converted into guest quarters.

The property lends itself well to the establishment of eco-tourism cabins.

Loading

Thank you for your enquiry.

Your enquiry was not sent. Please correct the errors in the form before submitting.

There was an error when sending you enquiry. Please try again later, or contact us directly.

Agent Contact

Rob Horder

02 6632 3380

0439 135 125

roberthorder@prd.com.au

Download contact details

Open for inspection times

Suburb Profile

Median House Price

287500

Suburb Growth

10%
Peak Sale Month - March
Peak Sales - 7