Clarence Valley Independent

Lifestyle Acreage & Spectacular Views

Posted March 4, 2020.

1 Bligh Street, Lawrence

New Price: $680,000

This very special lifestyle property is located right in the centre of town and boasts spectacular Clarence River and Sanctuary views.

The prime ridge-top property consists of thirteen individual lots with a total land area of approximately 4.186 Hectares (10.34 Acres) of residential land with a very neat and spacious four bedrooms two bathrooms brick & tile home plus shedding.

The home offers four decent sized bedrooms plus a study – En-suite off the main bedroom – Well-appointed timber kitchen with loads of pantry, bench and storage space, appliance cupboard, dishwasher and casual dining – The large open plan living area has dedicated lounge and dining spaces, those beautiful views, air-conditioning plus a wood heater – The bathroom has a shower over bath, vanity and separate toilet – Located just off the dining space is a large screened patio which provides another great place for entertaining or just to relax and take in the views – A large lean-to off the end of the home provides great undercover parking for two vehicles plus additional space for relaxation – Solar back to the grid will ensure your power bills are kept to a minimum.

Other improvements around the home include established gardens and a large older style shed which provides great storage, space for tractor and workshop area.

This is a very rare opportunity for you to acquire one of the largest residential land holdings within the beautiful riverside town of Lawrence. Whether it’s for horses, livestock, market garden or development potential, this one is a must to view!

For more details or to arrange a private inspection of this outstanding property contact the Listing Agent Ken Bolton on 0402 405 000.

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