Property Features
Rural Features
Soil Types

Red volcanic, sandy loam, to light alluvial


Town water plus dam, permanent creek with irrigation licence for 10 acres 23,000 litres of rainwater storage

Future Superannuation Goldmine


Area: 6.83 ha (16.88 acres)

Currently, the land of this property is a blank canvas and can be your future superannuation goldmine. The immaculate double storey Queenslander, 2 sheds and pool overlook the 6.83 ha that is suitable for horses, cattle, to re-establish an orchard or to develop a variety of horticultural pursuits.

To support your future superannuation goldmine-type businesses, there is a 10-acre irrigation licence that can draw from the Petrie Creek. Water will never be an issue.

The Homestead
The home is set well away from the Blackall Range Road, down a 400 m sealed private roadway. The Queenslander is an elegant family home, with high ceilings throughout and beautiful wrap-around balconies. The stately 80-year-old home oozes old world charm and is tastefully modernised. The cosy lounge, with its slow combustion wood heater, is very appealing.

The ground floor has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, games room, laundry and a storage room. There is direct access to the swimming pool.

The upper floor has a master bedroom with parent retreat, 2 more bedrooms,and a family bathroom. Also on this level is the kitchen with pantry, an adjoining breakfast area, separate dining room, sewing room and study.
The homestead is set in park-like gardens which are so peaceful and serene.

The Land
The acreage once was a commercial orchard. The fruit trees were removed years ago, except for several varieties of avocado trees, a few custard apple trees, lemons and limes. At least 15 acres can be developed with any number of agricultural pursuits. The paddocks range from flat to gentle sloping, and there is almost one kilometre frontage to Petrie Creek.

The remarkably rich soils range from red volcanic, sandy loam, to light alluvial. With the 10 acres water licence from Petrie Creek, there is ample water to reticulate and irrigate. An added bonus to the 23,000 litres of rainwater storage in tanks under the front veranda, is that there is also town water.

The two sheds are in very good condition. The first 12m x 12m shed can garage 4 cars and still have room for the man cave. The second shed is 6m x 6m which functioned as the old sorting and packing shed.

This future superannuation goldmine must be viewed to appreciate, not only the house that is in ready-to-move-in condition, but also the several breathtaking vistas. And, the old swimming hole at the back of the property still has resident platypuses.

Viewing by appointment.

Features include:
Minutes to Nambour and Woombye
Easy access to the Bruce Highway
5 bedrooms with BIR’s
11m swimming pool
8 primary and high schools within 3 km
26 minutes to Maroochydore and the beaches
3 kW solar panels
Slow combustion wood heater
Town water and rainwater tanks
Irrigation licence
Fabulous 17 acres

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Alan Broder
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0409 553 877

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