LAND SIZE 4047 SQM, ORNATE CHARACTER AND CHARM OF YESTERYEAR, POLISHED SPOTTED GUM INTERIOR, HIGH CEILING, PICTURE RAILS, PLATE RACKS, SHED, 7.2 SOLAR
FIRST TIME FOR SALE. THE ORIGINAL OWNER HELPED CUT THE MATERIALS FOR THIS ONE OFF UNIQUE EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME.
This Delightful, Loving, Charming and Character Family Home Was Constructed in Approximately 1954 on a Land Size of One Acre, 4047 Sqm. Over The Years Many Wonderful Family Memories Have Been Etched and Inscribed in the Heart and Soul of This Delightful Warm and Cosy Property.
A New Chapter is About to Begin.
With Close Proximity to the Bruce Highway and Ample Yard Space The Home is Ideal for Any Traveler, Truck Haulage Driver or a Buyer Downsizing from a Large Homestead.
* 7.2 kW Solar System, New in 2020 * New Power Switchboard, 2020 * Spotted Gum Interior (Is one of Australia's premium native hardwoods) * 3 Metre / 10 Feet High Ceilings * Built in Robes in Two Bedrooms * Wall Mounted Insect Net Boxes in Two Bedrooms * Good Sized Kitchen * Bathroom * Separate WC * Under House: * Car Parking Spaces * Laundry * Shower * Colourbond Roof and Insulation * Exterior Cladding (Wash Down) * Shutters * Large Shed * Chook Pen * Stables or Storage
Age: Approx 1954 Land Size: 4047 Sqm
Miners Arm Hotel, Local Shop, State School, Racecourse, Servo and Nursery.
Torbanlea was an Old Coal Mining Town. The name Torbanlea is believed to have been suggested by mining manager, James Robertson, after Torbane Hill in Scotland.
The Burrum River forms the western and northern boundary of the locality. The town is located on the north-western edge of the locality. The North Coast railway line passes through Torbanlea from the south-east to the north with the Torbanlea railway station in the town centre. The Bruce Highway runs through the locality parallel and south of the railway line, bypassing the town centre.
Apart from the town centre, the principal land use is farming mostly along the river and along the highway. The hillier parts of the locality in the south-east are undeveloped bushland.
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