842 Gooroolba Biggenden Road, DegilboContact for price
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Car Spaces: 3
- Property type: Acreage/Semi-Rural
- Land size: 5.07 Hectares
- Listing type: Sold!
OFFER ACCEPTED OLD Cray farm and OLD HIGH SET QUEENSLANDER-. Reduced to Sell
DELGIBO COUNTRY ESCAPE>Near Biggindon 25 minutes to Childers, one hour from Bundaberg and Maryborough. (Approximate times)
Potential plus (5.07HA), for buyer looking for a country lifestyle and to renovate a large 3 bedroom High set Queenslander. you may also wish to take advantage of the existing old crayfish ponds.
Fully fenced front with creek the rear boundary. The property currently being grazed, has good soils for crops, ranging from rich river loam by the creek, to light red at the front.
A RENOVATORS DELIGHT the Queenslander has good bones and high enough to be built in underneath.
There is a domestic bore needing re equipping, dam, and 3 meg allocation from the creek that was used for cray fish production.
Owners were granted permission to subdivide but didn't procced.
MAKE NO MISTAKE The property must be sold,
For an inspection please call Ben Martelli on 0404 803 714
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