Clarence Valley Independent

Bringing Country To Town

Posted March 18, 2020.

12 Harrisons Lane, Lawrence

Price: $619,000

Situated on the edge of town within a few hundred meters of the golf course is this very attractive and spacious 4/5 bedroom brick home set on 1.33 Hectares (3.28 Acres) with an in-ground pool, shedding, established gardens, horse stables, separate fenced paddocks and a dam.

Boasting approximately four hundred and fifty meters of home under roof with separate dining spaces, a generous sized lounge room with a wood heater, a large well appointed timber kitchen, huge enclosed entertaining area alongside the swimming pool, walk-in robe and en-suite off the master bedroom, full length verandah’s front and back and loads of other great features.

This special property is ideally located within the beautiful riverside town of Lawrence between the Jacaranda city of Grafton and Maclean on the Clarence River and within a leisurely drive from our pristine coastline with unspoiled beaches of the Yuraygir National Park, Brooms Head, Sandon, Yamba and Angourie to name a few.

Given this property’s close proximity to the golf course and R5 Large Lot Residential zoning it could be a great opportunity for those wanting the space for now and having that potential to downsize down the track if desired. (STCA)

This great small acreage property has something for everyone and is a must to view. To arrange a private viewing contact the listing agent Ken Bolton on 0402 405 000.

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