Clarence Valley Independent

Home, Acreage And A Massive Shed

Posted February 19, 2020.

32 Reeves Lane, Lawrence

Price: $650,000

This very special small acreage property is located on the edge of town within the R5 – Large Lot Residential zone and just a leisurely stroll from the golf course.

The picturesque 4.880 Hectare (12 Acres) property offers a very neat two bedroom, two bathroom, air-conditioned home with verandah’s on all sides plus there is a spacious and fully equipped, air-conditioned guest accommodation with covered parking and entertaining space alongside the home.

One standout feature of this great property is the massive, high clearance, 18m x 30m shed which boasts more floor area than fifteen standard 6m x 6m Colorbond sheds, it could accommodate around 45 standard cars or a fleet of trucks. The very impressive shed has power connected, a large concrete apron off one side, high clearance drive through potential and a thick concrete slab for heavy vehicles.

Other features include town water plus rainwater collection tanks, mains power plus solar back to the grid, phone landline and wireless NBN Broadband is available for connection.

The picture perfect acreage has been selectively cleared for livestock with some stands of mature trees, it has a dam, steel cattle yards, a fenced house yard with fruit trees and a perimeter fence that does require some repair on the front boundary.

This very attractive property with its massive shed will be appealing to a wide range of buyers, plus the picturesque acreage should capture the attention of horse enthusiast, prospective developers or just buyers that want peaceful acreage living with the convenience of town.

To arrange an inspection contact the listing agent Ken Bolton on 0402 405 000 

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