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39 Hawker Street

Murdunna TAS 7178

$125,000

BUSH AND PADDOCKS SUIT HORSES AND BIKES

Nearly 12 acres of land partly cleared and the rest light bush some of which was fire damaged in 2013 but is now making a great recovery and all located less than a 5 minute walk from the shop on the shores of King George Sound.

Lots of horse trails in the area some of which lead to State forest.

Situated at the top of Hawker Street, which has been upgraded almost to the boundary, there is a possibility of subdividing this block subject to various planning approvals.

Electric grid power is connected and there are a number of near-level home sites to choose from.

Improvements include a caravan and adjoining ablutions shed almost next door to a water hole and grid power is available.

Many of the Oyster Bay Pines and Blackwoods planted several years ago have established themselves and despite the 2013 bush fires are thriving.

Previously part of a sheep run, it is suitable for a variety of recreational pursuits including trail riding either on horses or ATV's, bird watching, orchid hunting, bush walking and chilling out.

Only 40 minutes from Sorell, it is ideal as an investment or either a permanent or recreational retreat.

Sellers are committed else where and are looking for a quick sale.

Features

General Features

  • Land Size: 5hect

Nearby schools

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