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- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Land is 8.77 hectare
On this prime rural-zoned 8.77 ha (21.67 acres) stands a comfortable 35-year-old home. This unique piece of real estate would be ideal to establish a lifestyle property or just to land bank. The acreage is located only minutes from the township of Beerburrum. The train station makes it an easy commute to the city. Beerburrum is also where the iconic Mount Beerburrum climb begins.
The property backs onto 9,269 ha of the Beerburrum West State Forest. This area is well-known by mountain bike enthusiasts, cycling and hiking groups and the equestrian community. Of further interest to the equestrian-minded family is its proximity to the Queensland State Equestrian Centre.
The brick and Colourbond home has 3 bedrooms, a family bathroom, laundry, large lounge, and a separate dining room that leads into the kitchen. Ceiling fans are throughout the home.
Rainwater tanks supply water to the home and there is a septic system in place. There is a separate driveway that leads to a large shed behind the house. Approximately 20 acres of the property have NOT been utilized in the last decades. Although the property borders the Beerburrum creek, its water can only be used for stock or for watering the house garden.
Testifying to the quality of the soil is the orchard across the road. Bore water was previously used on this property but the bore is currently without a motor and pump.
What are the possible uses for this rural-zoned property?
This zone allows for a single dwelling. With council approval, short-term farm-stay accommodation for tourists can be built. This property also offers itself for intensive horticulture or orchards, animal keeping, aquaculture, or wholesale nursery, etc. Commercial possibilities on this acreage are vast; however, would require the buyer to do their due diligence.
There are 11 beautiful Glass House Mountains, miles of walking tracks, horse trails and abseiling locations to explore nearby. Within approximately 20 km square area there are 6 small townships linked by rail and country roads to discover. The must see Australia Zoo is only 10 minutes away. As already mentioned, this would be attractive for tourists.
Currently, the house is rented for $380/week. The rates are $692.06/quarter.
Weekend home opens are going to be arranged.
In the meantime, please phone Alan Broder, 040 955 3877, for further information.