85-87 Prospect Street, Tamborine Mountain

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A picturesque location set amidst quality acreage homes

A picturesque location set amidst quality acreage homes this small but quaint three bedroom 1980s dwelling offers a fantastic opportunity to gain a stake in a very sought after area.

This block is set back substantially from the road and provides a fully fenced environment with a gated entry leading to a usable friendly 4000M2 of red volcanic soil ready to accept a host of garden variables and or additional areas to create a modern home on a slab foundation.

The property offers two quality spring fed water bores but one has been capped so loads of water year round if required plus a water tank connected to the home so your own ongoing water supply.

Current council requirements suggest that this block allows for an additional dwelling (subject to Council approval) and with the current home sitting primarily on the front boundary this certainly assures a private area to place your new home with a 125 Metre depth on the block.

The property has a two bay shed with a work area and also established fruit and avocado trees to enjoy plus a sunken out door fire pit to sit around for those evening get together's.

Home consists of three bedrooms, combined lounge and dining area, kitchen with a breakfast bar separating the family area inclusive of a slow combustion wood fire.

Bathroom with separate toilet and laundry leading to the yard and also provides an easy walk to the local St Bernard's primary school.

Property is currently tenanted so please ensure a minimum 24 hours' notice prior to inspection.

Please call the Exclusive Sales and Marketing Agent to assist with all enquiries.


ID# 11765100666

Land Area 1 acre

Peter Batten

Peter Batten
0418 332 211

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