Large 64ha-property is perfect for the ultimate in country living

THE owners of this 64ha-property are moving and need it sold. This is your opportunity to achieve the ultimate country lifestyle.

It contains a huge sprawling family homestead designed for modern easy living as well as the ultimate chef's kitchen which is central to the home's living and activity areas.

For easy water access the property also has a bore, well, winter creek and water holdings of 225,000 litres. It offers a prominent yet private position with huge wrap-around verandas perfect for enjoying breathtaking views and cooling summer breezes.

The large covered outdoor living area is perfect for year-round entertainment and the powered 18m x 9m industrial-quality shed with two mezzanine floors will suit the needs of any handyman.

The property also hosts good quality fencing which surrounds eight paddocks, complete with cattle yards. The solar hot water and grid-connected solar provide a sustainable economical electricity supply. The property is conveniently located just 25 minutes from Rosewood and consists of a master-built homestead located on a hilltop on this picturesque acreage.

If you want to enjoy rural living while also being well positioned to transport for schools and shops, do not miss this one.

AT A GLANCE

WHERE: 145 Coynes Road, Mount Mort

AUCTION: Friday, October 10 from 2:30pm, Ipswich International Hotel, 43 South Street, Ipswich

LAND SIZE: 64ha (160 acres)

FEATURES:

  • Four bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Four car spaces

AGENT: Ray White Ipswich

CONTACT: John Galloway on 0409 776 737



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