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Rural properties 10 to 100 acres

Panoramic Views – 40+ acres, 5 Minutes to town!

Lot 50 Fishermans Pocket No. 1 Road Chatsworth, Qld, 4570

• Lot 50 Fishermans Pocket number 1 Road, Chatsworth, is a great 40 acre offering with permanent dams, improved pasture, and unbeatable house sites offering magnificent views and potential. • This is the type of land you could build any home you can dream of on, without the risk of ever over capitalising! New house sites will capture incredible views in a peaceful and productive setting, with self-sustainable capabilities and handy accessibility, only a few minutes to town. • With bitumen road access from Gympie's CBD and Town Centre, you will literally feel on top of the world! Situated in a quiet area, the property is located only meters from Fishermans Pocket State Forest, offering scenic trails and more.

Panoramic Views – 40+ acres, 5 Minutes to town!

40 Acres - Bring the horses now, subdivide later! So much potential for this property, what would you do?

737 Old Gympie Road Paterson, Qld, 4570

* 3 good sized bedrooms, Master, Queen sized with A/C, walk-in robe and featuring French doors to robe * Property fenced into 6 paddocks, 15 panel steel round yard * 20 x 9 Machinery shed, extra clearance for trucks or horse floats * 63,000L Rainwater storage, 10,000L back up tank, garden shed FOR SALE: Offers Over $765,000

40 Acres - Bring the horses now, subdivide later! So much potential for this property, what would you do?

Income producing Mary River Irrigation!

50 Bambling Road Scotchy Pocket, QLD, 4570

• 20.38 acres (8.25ha) prime irrigated farm land, direct Mary River frontage • 50m x 50m Nursery, constructed to accreditation standards • 50 established grafting wood Avocado trees in bins outside Nursery • 980 bins of Ginger Seed Stock, 550 Rootstock/Seed Avocado Trees • 4 Meg water allocation plus another 6 Meg available if required

Income producing Mary River Irrigation!

Contact:

John Bambling
0418 715 165
johnbambling@gympierealestate.com.au

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