Double Block with Panoramic Island and River Views!

215
  • 1393 m²
  • $775,000

    From the moment you step foot on the property you can feel the history behind this home. Built in 1941 as one of the original farm houses in River Heads the home sits on a 1393m2 double block of land on one of the highest peaks in the area giving at the time almost 360 degree views of the entire peninsula and across the K’Gari (Fraser Island).

    The home has 2 big bedrooms, extra large lounge, 1 large bathroom with a second separate toilet and A/C in the kitchen, lounge, sunroom and bedroom. Half of the easterly facing veranda with incredible views of K’Gari (Fraser Island) was also enclosed to make a beautiful sun room or office just to sit, an enjoy the view.

    To the back of the home views stretch out to the West where the Bengtson and Susan rivers meet the great Mary river. A place where many boaties anchor to escape rough weather in the bay.

    The home has been kept in fantastic original condition with the exception of a few modern touches, hand crafted lawn and gardens surround the property adding to the the charm and the large block is fenced into two separate areas. Under the home has plenty of storage space plus room to park 2 small cars. There is also a double bay shed and carport giving plenty of parking options.

    The River Heads peninsula is located just 10 minutes from Hervey Bay and has a shopping village, public boat ramps, parklands and Fraser Island Barges. You must inspect this property to get a feel of what it must have been like all those years ago when most of Hervey Bay was farmland.

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    Real Estate Agent
    Shane Logan
    Office Manager
    0409 796 249
    Shane hails from the Gold Coast and has been around real estate offices most of his life but in 2006 decided to make the step into the family business. Completing his full agents licence and auctioneers licence Shane has been selling real estate in River Heads for almost 13 years and has been heavily involved with the local community including time as the local progress association’s president.
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