Simply stunning on any measure.
Easy access to the Clarence River via a ramp, a historic main dwelling built in 1854 and maintained beautifully, a second dwelling currently tenanted, 6.5 acres of alluvial soil, in ground swimming pool, lock-up sheds big enough to fit eight cars and an established citrus orchard.
Add to this the fact that locals have never seen this property under floodwater and you really do have a tick in every box.
Check out the floorplan on this listing to see the flow of the 4 bedroom main home with its high ceilings, large bedrooms and breezy verandas. The original section has wide floorboards of its era along with ornate ceilings and arches.
The property speaks of family happiness with its spacious living areas and views are plentiful from most rooms of the house.
A fresh paint job makes this home shine and restored veranda rails mean there is little maintenance required from our purchaser.
Two large sheds are perfect for cars, toys and machinery - one of them even houses an electric winch with a steel cable to lower your vessel into the river. Though a new motor is needed, the cable and set up is in place.
At the southern end of the property is the second dwelling which is currently tenanted and has a lease in place till March 2020. It is a modest structure built in the early 20th century and added on since. Council are aware of its presence and it is legal under existing use rights.
There is also a functioning chook pen and animal shelters and holding yards. There is also remnants of a former dairy which adds character to the setting. Another timber shed closer to the secondary dwelling is useful for storage.
The property has been used for a wide variety of farming purposes over the years and most recently alpacas have taken up residence. There is plentiful feed here for horses, sheep and even cattle.
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Disclaimer: We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.