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Affordable land in a quiet location!

73 Chamberlain Street Woolooga, QLD, 4570

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SOLD

Affordable land in a quiet location! Affordable land in a quiet location! Affordable land in a quiet location! Affordable land in a quiet location!
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*73 Chamberlain St, Lot 8, SP207243, 5,209m2, $69,000.00, fenced on 2 sides!
* Excellent elevated house sites with mountain views, rolling hills and a charming rural setting
* Quiet cul-de-sac location
* Bitumen road frontage
FOR SALE: SOLD!!

* Excellent elevated house sites with mountain views, rolling hills and a charming rural setting
* Quiet cul-de-sac location
* Bitumen road frontage
* Power and phone connected to the blocks and ready for you to start building your dream home
* 1.25 acres+, gently undulating, easy access and offers low build costs
* Peaceful quiet location, 30mins to Gympie CBD, 20mins to Kilkivan and Bruce Hwy for north and south bound travel
* A great affordable location to build your home base, central location to return to after you travel to relax and plan your next trip
* Woolooga has a State School, Community Hall, tennis courts and cattle sale yards
* 35 kms to Gympie and 19 kms to Kilkivan

With local stores, pub, schools, sale yards and more – Woolooga has grown to be a great family friendly country town offering a quiet rural setting without being a world away from services. Act now to secure your spot to call home in the future!

Disclaimer
All the above property information has been supplied to us by the Vendor. We do not accept responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass this information on. Interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate. Intending purchasers should seek legal and accounting advice before entering into any contract of purchase.

Contact:

John McEwan
0413198385
jmcewan@gympierealestate.com.au

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