THERE IS NOTHING MORE FABULOUS THAN KILLARNEY QLD It is an incredible dream of many to own and reside on this land here in Killarney Queensland; imagine waking up to the incredible green rolling hills here, the sparkle and sound of Spring Creek running through the green paddocks. (please note though our images were taken mid-drought when our region had not experienced rain for almost a year), I have other owner photographs of the surrounding land a few of which I've shared to give you a true view of any normal season here.
This allotment is one of six here on Winterflood Road, alongside you below your rise are other well developed and very attractive properties.
This is rare to be offered such an offering, one that I welcome your enquiry and questions, plus can make a mean sandwich and good thermos of tea to drive and walk over the land available here.
Dreams, well be prepared to actually live the dream here.
There are two other larger productive land parcels also available in Lot 1 (10.38 Acres) and also our Lot 2 (16.81 Acres with an excellent large shed.
All fencing on our land here is excellent and installed brand new on listing these excellent parcels of 'lifestyle' Land.
C'mon, give me a call, I welcome your enquiry and always enjoy walking over what I actually want for myself, but cannot have.
Should I win the Lotto any time soon, I can effortlessly say, "Mr Bartz, Lot 1 is mine!"
LOT 3 & 4 ARE ALSO UNDER CONTRACT ALREADY, Lot 5, Lot 2 and Lot 1 remaining only.
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