6109 BIG4 Kelso Sands Holiday Park, 86 Paranaple Road
6109 BIG4 Kelso Sands Holiday Park, 86 Paranaple Road, Kelso TAS 7270
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Phone Enquiry Property ID: 6109
The owner of this caravan unit needs to move back to Launceston & is wanting to sell her 1 bedroom caravan unit. It has a kitchen, dining room, lounge & ensuite with gas hot water. This unit has a load of charm & potential but is in need to some attention. The owner is willing to negotiate slightly with an interested party. BIG4 Kelso Sands Holiday Park is situated in Northern Tasmania on the Tamar River approximately 1k from Bass Strait. The park has access onto the beach where long walks can be enjoyed. Amazing fishing, boat ramp just 3 minutes away. Large squid, flat head, salmon, snapper & King George whiting & more. 13 kilometres from Beaconsfield where there are 2 supermarkets, butchers, 2 Dr's & Pharmacy, Post Office & Newsagency & Hardware, service station plus a Service Tasmania office for many Centrelink services. Eligible residents are able to receive rental assistance. Site fees $160 per week. Rental assistance approximately $130 per fortnight. (site fees to pay approximately $95 per week after rental assistance rebate). Single or double. All units have power meters. No water rates, no lawns to mow. Federal Police check required. Inspections between 9.30am & 3pm by appointment please. Phone 0363839130 for any enquiries.
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