• HUGE Price Reduction!!!! Motivated vendor. • The mountain view's begin here, located in the foothills of the majestic mountains of the Great Dividing Range "Scenic Rim" and Cunningham's Gap, the 160 acre's is a mix of fertile country and some higher country with tree coverage. • It's available as a blank canvas for you to create the property of your dreams! You would be able to put your own stamp on this block of land to create your own piece of paradise for a week-ender or a permanent abode for yourself and your family. • There is numerous picturesque and elevated site's for the perfect spot for building your dream home with views out to the astounding scenery. • A large 19 x 9 x 5 mtr powered shed with 3.5kw solar system is located near the front entry of the property along with a usable set of timber cattle yards and loading ramp. • There are three paddocks of approx. 40 acres that have been used previously for cropping pastures. Water is assured with two spring-fed dams, a mill and a bore to provide an abundant supply of water. Boundary and internal fencing is in fair to good condition • With close proximity to Ipswich (30 minutes) Brisbane City (65 minutes), Amberley Air Base (25 minutes) and Boonah (25 minutes) it's not too far away from all the benefits the city has to offer.
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A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
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This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.