Nearly 7 Acres Next To CBD May Be Your Last Opportunity!
Less than 5 minutes* away from the City of Ipswich, what a rarity it is for a large land block to become available. If you are looking for rural living without having to make all the normal sacrifices - proximity to conveniences, accessibility to schools, etc. - this is the IDEAL property for you!
For horse families - the land has 2 large paddocks, both with dams and 3 smaller paddocks with direct access to stables. Due to personal circumstances the property is to be sold - do not delay your inspection!
Outdoor features: - Huge 2.75Ha usable block - 3 small fenced paddocks with direct access onto stables - 2 large fenced paddocks with dams - one dam with pump servicing the grounds - Round yard - Solar 4.5kw - Rain water only - 2 x 5000 galleon tanks
Indoor features: - Brick build - 3 bedrooms all with built in robes - main with ensuite and walk in robe and A/C - Multiple living areas - formal and informal lounge rooms plus dining room - formal lounge with A/C - Kitchen with plenty of storage space and in good condition - Large family bathrooms - Brand new hot water system - Two double linen cupboards
Area details: - 4kms* to Riverlink Shopping Centre - 6kms* to Ipswich CBD - Direct access to Warrego Highway - great for commuters - Surrounded by large acreage blocks - Well-established, quiet area
Please contact Amie Palmer on 0407 799 442 to arrange your inspection today!
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