30 acres cleared with some regrowth, remainder natural bush. Liveable shed good condition, mango trees and water tanks. 2 dams and a well that has water during droughts. 2 creeks. Old stockyards and 5 acre holding paddock. Good natural feed, lots of it, good grazing for cattle or horses. Several spectacular natural rock formations, pink granite, orchids, elk ferns and sheild ferns everywhere. Good established tracks through property.
Several excellent house sites with views back into Gympie or 360 degree views in the centre. See for miles. Headwaters of Gladstonbury creek start on this place and Mary's creek borders back boundary which joins state forest. Large herd of deer roam freely, one side is bordered by new 6ft deer fence. Heaps of wildlife. Huge old trees, lots to mill, or sell for posts or telegraph poles. Lots of ironbark, gums and other hardwood. Other boundary fences ok but may need maintainance. Internal fences same. 4WD access to get there.
500m of access road, not built, but was surveyed 2 yrs ago
by Murrays Surveyors, Gympie, with intention to subdivide into 2
blocks. All council paperwork done, and passed, with permission
granted if new road is completed. Council permit may need refreshing. My intention was to sell one half to make a good road up in there. Only selling because I have another block south of Gympie & don't have time for both places. I'm a single mum with a small business & am too busy for everything.This place is a lovely block of land, with heaps of potential for the right person. All paperwork regarding subdivision will be supplied & anything else I can help with. There are other options for access if you want to keep all 640 ac but not linked to subdividision.