A unique rural property located adjacent to the Douglas River Conservation Area.
With established dwellings, bore and 35.06 ha (86.6 acres) to explore and enjoy - this could be the opportunity you've been waiting for. It has bitumen to the gate and only a short 1km drive to the established site.
An easy walk welcomes you to the constantly flowing fresh water of the Douglas River. The crystal-clear pools give the opportunity to throw in a line.
Area under title 86.6 acres Title is Estate in Fee simple (Freehold) Bore rated at 8 litres per second at time of installation Fully fenced Power on site is reticulated by generator (not included)
The property is close to Daly River, Crystal Falls, Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs and the beautiful Butterfly Gorge.
The Douglas-Daly region is a hub of activity with thriving agricultural, horticultural, forestry and tourism industries. The Douglas Daly Stage Two plans have recently been released. This is a long-term plan to create new properties on existing cattle stations.
This sale is an opportunity to have a quiet weekend getaway or take advantage of the regional growth and possibly establish a commercial venture.
Details Area under title 86.6 acres Title is Estate in Fee simple (Freehold) Bore rated at 8 litres per second at time of installation Fully fenced Power on site is reticulated by generator (not included) 70,000 litres of water storage tanks
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