211 Halliford Road, Via Dalby Dalby
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WILKIE CREEK LIFESTYLE
Location: 211 Halliford Road, Via Dalby.
(35km South West of Dalby)
Description: Lot 9 808905 Parish Daandine (Freehold).
Area: 76.92ha (190acs).
Services: Telephone, electricity, school bus, mail 3/week, satellite internet, 3G telephone service.
Country: Light forest soils, cleared at the front, through the middle and at the rear, balance standing timber. Most of the property is "White" on the Qld Government's vegetation maps.
Water: 2 Earth Dams, private sand quarry with water, permanent hole on Wilkie Creek which is the eastern boundary. Water pumped to a tank (2000gal) at the house, pump on Wilkie Creek.
Fencing: Boundary fences, mostly 4 barb or hinge joint, 5 paddocks.
Improvements: House- 4 Bedroom house with an ensuite off the main bedroom, kitchen, dining/tv room, bathroom, laundry and rumpus room, cold room included, carport. Approx 6000gal rain water storage.
Shed- 2 Bay shed with workshop area.
Yards- Small set of yards.
Price: $280,000 neg.
Remarks: The property is well watered wit one boundary being Wilkie Creek, which is permanent. There is a private sand quarry on the block for a sideline income. There is 1 gas well on the property with no plans for others. The well returns approx 1600/year. The gas company maintains the access road to this well, which also goes to the sand quarry.
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