A beautiful home with the luxury of having the Home Hill Golf Club as a rear neighbor
Location: 200 Klaka Road, Home Hill
Lot 11 on RP905021
Area: 2.26 Ha / 5.58 Acres
Improvements: 4 Bedroom home with a large entertainment area, the house is open plan in design with the kitchen having a gas stove and oven. The house has 4 bedrooms with air conditioning plus fans, 3 bedrooms have built in robes and a walk in robe to the master
5.5 KW solar system
The property has a 15.5m x 12.12m x 4.84m shed, two bays having cemented floors there is also a lean to off the shed being 9m x 12.12m. The shed is ideal for a harvesting contractor being that you are able to store a harvester plus haul outs and other equipment. The property has a 2 submersible pump fitted with a 2.5HP motor allowing it to drive four sprinkler systems with ease. There are 30 Mango trees (Approx.) with varieties being Bowen / R2E2 / Virgin. The mango trees will have trickle irrigation fitted before the sale goes through. Machinery included is 750 Fiat 2x4 rops and canopy / 6Ft slasher / 80 hoe plus a scarifier.
For further information or organise an inspection please contact Bill Micola on 0418 778 674
Features include: Outdoor Entertainment Area,Shed,Built-in Wardrobes,Air Conditioning
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