Lifestyle opportunities galore

THIS property is situated on the outskirts of Kenilworth, just four minutes from Nana McGinns.

With 55 acres of essentially rural land the property affords magnificent views over the river flats towards the Kenilworth township and is an outstanding opportunity to develop your own home to compliment the surrounding infrastructure.

With an existing gravel quarry, licensed to extract 5000 tonnes per annum, the cash flow will supplement income from cattle breeding and the existing fruit orchards. There is a sealed driveway leading to the existing sheds and potential house site with a level building pad affording superb rural views.

The two sheds of about 450sq m have three-phase power and mezzanines while the quarry is estimated to have 3.5m tonnes of gravel yet to be excavated.

The land is fully fenced into numerous paddocks with steel cattle yards in place and currently carrying 20 head of cattle plus calves.

The orchards include about 200 mangoes, 50 lychees, 50 citrus and 20 avocado trees and there are eight dams on the property.

If you're looking for a 'tree-change' this property is worth the inspection just 45 minutes from the cosmopolitan delights of Noosa.

KENILWORTH

1810 Obi Obi Rd

Features: Mango, lychee, citrus and avocado orchards, sheds, three-phase power, multiple dams on 22.58ha. Includes gravel quarry, steel cattle yards, sealed driveway, level building site with superb views

Price: Offers over $849,000

Agent: Graham Smith at Hinternoosa Pty Ltd

Contact: 0408 874 888

Inspection: Contact agent



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