- 7 bed
- 3 bath
- 6 Parking Spaces
- Land is 22.97 hectare
- 6 Garage
Property with Mountain Views
It is rare that such outstanding land, a property with mountain views, becomes available in this area that is not fully established with a commercial venture. The district surrounding this property has six, 26 million-year-old volcanic cores, with the highest being 500 m in height. The region is listed on the Australian National Heritage List.
There are four towns within a 15 minute drive from the property – Beerburrum, Beerwah, Landsborough, with Glass House Mountains being the closest. Caboolture is a 24 minute drive, while Caloundra is only 38 minutes away.
On this lovely property with mountain views are two houses, plus a studio. Both houses are set on steel piers and have rainwater tanks.
A 1920’s relocated 3 bed, 1 bath, Queenslander, with beautiful ornate 9-foot high ceilings and outstanding wooden floors. Two of the rooms are air-conditioned. Next to the house is a large powered workshop and an open-sided machinery shed.
Located further down Meyricks Rd, with its own driveway and land area, is a 3 bed, 1 bath home. This is currently rented for $330/week. Next to the house is a large 12 x 8 m old-style shed.
The studio is a self-contained unit that is ideal as an office, a teenage retreat or visitor accommodation.
The property is bordered by three roads – Meyricks Road, Mount Beerwah Road and Judds Road. Judds Road leads directly to the Glass House Mountain National Park which joins up with the even larger Beerburrum West State Forest. There are a multitude of tracks suitable for horse and mountain bike riding, with other areas and tracks designated for 4-wheel driving and trail bike riding.
Separating the houses is a seasonal creek. There is a large spring-fed dam. This could be used for irrigation and stock water. There is also a bore.
Of the 56 acres, approximately half is cleared. The remainder has remnant forest and regrowth. There is a gentle slope up to the north and northwest. There are several fruit trees, including lemon, grapefruit, lychee and banana stands. In the past, the land is believed to have supported cattle grazing and a market garden area.
After viewing the land, the potential of this property would be clearly evident for the astute buyer. There are areas suitable for mixed farming – horses and/or cattle grazing and fruit and vegetable growing.
The region of the property with mountain views is renowned throughout Australia for its natural beauty and historic indigenous sites.
Please contact Alan Broder, 040 955 3877, to arrange a viewing
Real Estate Agent