Home set on LARGE COUNTRY SIZE BLOCKS - 3 TITLES on approx. 3,936 square mtrs
Phone enquiries - please quote property ID 16178. This property is in need of repair and renovation Are you able to renovate? Priced with the cost of renovation taken into consideration. Elevated and affordable three bedroom stone home plus sleep-out clad in brick veneer with original features including high ceilings, wood stove and open fire place. This home is set on 3 large country size blocks, approx. 3,936 square metre' in the north of the town over looking park lands with three separate titles in need of T.L.C. and renovation. Set in the historic town of Quorn with a population of 1200 approx. and just 3 hours north of Adelaide surrounded by great National Parks including the Heysen Walking trail for the adventurer and several gorges for picnics, barbeques, Wilpena Pound and the great outback.. Town living provides you with the security of being close to schools (R-12), Hospital, Swimming Pool, sporting facilities, local shopping and entertainment, galleries, golfing and bus services to Adelaide and Port Augusta etc. Just 25 minutes drive through the beautiful Flinders Ranges to Port Augusta (top of the gulf) and beaches with modern extensive shopping facilities, Airport, Train and Bus services, Wadlata Outback Centre, Galleries, Markets, local fishing, crabbing etc. Port Augusta is also known as the “crossroads of Australia” with the Indian Pacific from Sydney to Perth via Adelaide and “The Ghan” from Adelaide to Darwin trains servicing the area. - Pichi Richi Railways - Flinders Ranges Council - Upper Spencer Gulf Marine Park - Sundrop farms Port Augusta - Aussie Towns Quorn - Unihub Spencer Gulf Port Augusta campus coming soon Quorn is the home of the Pichi Richi steam railways and a setting of major films such as “Sunday too far away”, “The Rover” and “The Water Diviner” to name a few. Large enough to create a sustainable lifestyle of growing your own fruit, vegetables, keeping chickens, a horse, goats etc. (see example of plant layout as guide) Pesticide free for at least 15 years Rain water tank and town water. Plus an in ground well. There is a small creek running through the rear of the property (no flooding) The house is elevated and set overlooking the local parklands,, oval and Pinkerton Creek. There may be approximately $7,000 in new steel fencing with farm gate plus recent surveyors report are all included in this modestly priced property. Enquire today. DISCLAIMER While proudly assisting home owners to sell since 1999, No Agent Property takes every care to verify the accuracy of the details in this advertisement, but the correctness cannot be guaranteed.
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