371 Upper Crystal Creek Road, Upper Crystal Creek NSW 2484
Block size: 5 Hectares approx.
Hobby Farm in Prized Tweed Valley Location
Nestled in a sought after, picturesque corner of the Tweed Valley, amongst a bushland setting, this small private acreage property would make an ideal hobby farm or relaxing escape from the busy modern world.
Comprising 5 hectares or 12.35 acres, the property boasts a spring-fed dam and several fenced paddocks, making it perfect for horses or similar animals. As well as the main house, there are old dairy bales which, with some TLC, could be converted into a fantastic artist's studio, guest quarters, home office or simply used as storage.
This secluded property's features include:
• Three bedrooms, complete with built-in robes • Spacious master bedroom with ensuite • Family bathroom • Separate toilet • Open plan living and dining areas with raked ceilings • Slow combustion heater to warm the home during winter • Covered entertaining decks/verandahs wrap around the living area • Saltwater inground pool • Double carport • Spring-fed dam • Old dairy bales - ripe for renovation
Crystal Creek is a popular location, offering the pretty historic villages of Chillingham just 9 minutes and Crystal Creek 7 minutes' drive away, where you'll find amenities such as a primary school and general store for supplies. For your major shopping requirements and services, Murwillumbah is only 15 minutes and Tweed City is 40 minutes' drive from your door.
Gold Coast Airport, with all its national and international transport connections, is 40 minutes' drive north and the pristine Tweed Coast beaches can be reached in around 35-40 minutes.
If you've been waiting for the ideal property in Crystal Creek to come onto the market, here it is! Call Jason Dittmar today on 0477 222 452 to arrange your personal inspection before it's SOLD.
Features include: Balcony / Deck, Swimming Pool, Rainwater storage tank, Built-In Wardrobes, Garden
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