'There's gold in them-there hills!' We'll, we can't be certain its gold, but it is Gympie and we are proud to offer this golden opportunity 'FOR SALE' on behalf of the owners.
This is a 4,010m² block with elevations and undulations on the northern fringe of the City of Gold - Gympie. The block still holds the family home on it with years of cherished memories, however this house is in need of some T.L.C, or it's an investment opportunity that will allow the buyer to put the past in their rear-view mirror, demolish the house and build on the block more in-tune and on trend with the wants and needs of today's marketplace.
The property is located no more than a 10 minute drive to Gympie's CBD and as we said earlier, it's most prominent feature (*it's as rare as finding a nugget these days) is the land size (4,010m²), so close to the hub of the Cooloola region.
The property has a lagoon/dam as its current centerpiece, surrounded by tall and well matured Cocos Palms. All the main services are accessible to the block, irrespective of what any buyer would choose to do with it. Power, water, telephone, NBN and Gympie Regional Council Services etc.
Let's talk about conveniences! This wonderfully located block of land is close to the Gympie Livestock Sale Yards, The Gympie Golf Course, Victory Heights Trail Network (bushwalking/mountain bike riding), Victory College (Prep. to Senior), Goldfields Plaza, Gympie Hospital, Gympie's industrial heartland and close to the Bruce Highway and the Cooloola Coast Road (with Rainbow Beach 65 minutes away).
AND if that wasn't enough, did you also know Noosa is a short 50 minute drive down the road, with Brisbane and all that place has to offer just 2 hours and 40 minutes south of Banks Pocket Road.
Build your dream home at the back of this block of land, soaking up the great views, the country breezes and all overlooking the lagoon and the tropical palm trees right before you.
Check this opportunity out soon, as we are sure it won't last long! Contact the agent - Rick Hose at Fraser Coast Real Estate 0417 980 363
Property Snapshot * Country living at it's best * 4,010m² (*rare block size, so close to Gympie) * This property backs-up to 'North Park Estate' * Gympie Regional Council * 10 minutes on the northern fringes of Gympie (near Gympie's water tower, Sale Yard and Victory Heights Trail Network - Bushwalking and Mountain Riding) * Block has the previous family home on it (*This proposition could either suit a buyer who is a home revitaliser OR the house could be demolished and you can start again, from the ground up) * A safe community and so close to all conveniences (*including Gympie Hospital) * The block is serviced by all of life's essentials, power, water, telephone, NBN, Council core domestic services
**Every effort has been made to verify the correct details of this marketing although, neither the agent, vendor nor illustrator takes any responsibility for any omission, wrongful inclusion, mis-description or typing error in this marketing material. All interested parties should make their enquiries to verify the information and satisfy any concerns they may have. All fixtures shown may not be included in the sale & questions must be directed to the agent.**
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Block Size:4010 m²*
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