Truly unique, this one of a kind home offers an opportunity for those looking for a large family home, and although there is work to do, with a bit of elbow grease and some TLC, the potential is near endless.
The home truly is a family home, with five spacious bedrooms, large dinning and lounge room, a huge rumpus room and an abundance of space outside, you'll have room to entertain any number of guests all year round as well as space to keep the kids busy.
Set on just under 4 acres, the property has the potential for subdivision (subject to council approval) or you can utilise the space for animals or you may just want to build the biggest shed you can imagine and park trucks, earth moving equipment or anything else , or all of the above! You have nearly 4 acres of flat usable land, the choices are endless and only limited by your imagination!
Key features of this home include
16080m2 of flat usable land
Huge family home
Five spacious bedrooms
Large dining and lounge room
Massive rumpus room
Two bay carport
Two bay shed
Trickle feed town water
Two rainwater tanks
Less than a minute from the Warrego Highway
30 minutes to the Ipswich CBD
40 minutes to Toowoomba
Less than an hour to Brisbane
Hatton Vale offers convenient access to Ipswich, Toowoomba and Brisbane, and wide range of facilities including a major shopping centers, local restaurants and retail options. The area is close to a variety high-calibre schools and universities, with Faith Lutheran College just 5 minutes away and UQ's Gatton campus a short drive away, a UQ campus in Ipswich and the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba.
For a welcomed inspection contact Bill Kaddatz at First National Brassall today.
Join Forces with the Ipswich Super Agents at First National Brassall, Booval, Ripley Valley & Karalee Prestige,
10 Thallon Road, Hatton Vale, Queensland, 4341, Australia
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