76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auAmong the self sustaining systems on the property were its solar hot water and Enviro Cycle septic system, plus a 45,460 litre rain water tank for the home and 22,700 litres to the shed. 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.au 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auA 28 HECTARE dream ranch has hit the market just two hours north of the Brisbane CBD.The massive property at 76 Honeytree Lane Ridgewood sits along the Noosa hinterland at the very top of the greater Sunshine Coast. 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.au“Drive a few hundred metres along a country lane only 10 minutes from Cooroy and you’ll find yourself at the top of the world in the Noosa Hinterland with a view that’ll take your breath away.” 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe sprawling estate has a four bedroom, three bathroom pole home and a separate building that is a six car garage cum mega man cave.The separate shed was a three bay American Barn with high clearance roller doors, water and power, according to agent Jude Casey of Gympie Regional Realty.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours ago76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auThere was also an extra double bay garage with remote control doors and power and ample parking elsewhere alongside the barn and garage. 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe home has a “wraparound view” of rolling hills and paddocks, with 28.72ha of land that was fully fenced. 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auThe property also has eight paddock subdivisions, cattle pastures with four dams, plumbed troughs, and a laneway directly to cattle yards. 76 Honeytree Lane, Ridgewood, Queensland 4563. Picture: Realestate.com.auMs Casey has the property set to go to auction at 1pm on Saturday April 1, and was marketing it as a quality rural lifestyle.
101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.ON an 810sq m block, this timeless Queenslander is a charming property metres from Moreton Bay, with traditional features complementing an abundance of indoor and outdoor living spaces.A concrete path leads past grassy lawns and established gardens to timber stairs that ascend to the residence at 101 Kingsley Tce,, Manly. Inside, VJ walls, high ceilings, decorative cornices and leadlight windows flow throughout.Numerous hopper windows feature in a carpeted sunroom, which flows to a hallway separating two bedrooms with sliding-door entries.One bedroom has split-system airconditioning and a connecting study with street views, while the second bedroom has french doors opening to a sleep-out with casement windows. Both bedrooms share a bathroom with a combined shower and bath. 101 Kingley Tce, Manly.Agent Haydn Meyer described the property as a prime blue-chip offering with ample potential for buyers looking to immediately move in, renovate or build their dream residence from a blank canvas. “This property already has ocean views across to the Moreton Bay islands and provides an excellent opportunity to capitalise on a historic Queenslander with a prime location,” he said. 101 Kingley Tce, Manly.Located in the coastal suburb of Manly, this property is within walking distance to Manly Boat Harbour, Pandanus Beach and the waterfront George Clayton Park. It enjoys convenient access to North Stradbroke Island and Moreton Island while still staying within about 20km of the Brisbane CBD. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019101 Kingsley Tce, Manly.Spacious lounge and dining rooms are positioned to one side of the house, separated by a rich timber archway with built-in glass cabinetry. The dining room has leadlight windows and direct access to the kitchen, which features cooking appliances, an adjoining meals area and louvre windows. A powder room is behind the kitchen, next to external stairs leading down to the back yard. The large back yard is fully fenced and has a water tank and Hills hoist clothesline. The front of the house also has a covered patio and single-car garage.
Enoggera is seeing strong interest given its location just 6km from the CBD. 345 South Pine Road, Enoggera, Qld 4051A THREE bedroom fixer-upper within 6.5km of the Brisbane CBD has sold for $65,000 below its suburb median and it’s sitting on double block totalling 832sq m block.The three bedroom, two bathroom, double car space renovator at 345 South Pine Road, Enoggera, was listed as having sold for $625,000 on Friday.In the past 12 months, 79 houses have sold in Enoggera, with CoreLogic putting the median price at $690,000. The area has seen a surge in interest in the past five years, with the median house price rising 26.1 per cent in that time.Agents Chris Stutz and Kathy Lillecrapp of Harcourts Solutions had listed it as one with multiple options to “restore, renovate, develop”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe property is on a double block and has two tenanted flats. There is parkland at the end of the street.“This 832sq m allotment currently offers two lots on one title,” was how they described it. “The existing home operates as two separate flats, each in original condition yet fully self-contained and rented separately to long term tenants. This is one of the last remaining double blocks remaining in the Avenues. Explore repositioning the existing home, realigning the lots and developing how you wish (subject to council approval of course).”The existing home has VJ walls and high ceilings, and the lots were 37m deep and 24m wide, according to the listing.Among its charms was parkland and play equipment at the end of the street, where there was also access to the Kedron Brook Bikeway that goes all the way to Nudgee Beach. The park has a children’s playground and access to the Kedron Brook Bikeway.
Chris Pollard and Daniel Hammond pose for a photograph at their property in Cannon Hill. They are selling their home at Cannon Hill, The suburb is one of those predicted to perform strongly in 2018. Monday December 18, 2017. (AAP image, John Gass)CHRIS Pollard and Daniel Hammond were pleased to hear the suburb they were living in was one that was tipped to perform well in 2018.Mr Pollard bought an old house in Cannon Hill which he had knocked down, split the block and built a new home on his half about four years ago.He has now listed the home at 65 Dahlia St, for sale and believed the changes and infrastructure added to the suburb since he moved there have made it more popular.The four-bedroom home is listed for sale through Brenton Faehrmann of Place Bulimba. “I lived in Morningside, in a townhouse and I wanted to build a house, it was always a dream of mine to build a house,’’ Mr Pollard said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by “Cannon Hill gave me the affordability of the land, I wanted to be inner city as well, close to the city and I just liked the fact that Cannon Hill had lots of land at the time that was affordable.“Four years ago there wasn’t the infrastructure that is there now. “The council has just done some beautification in the main section of Cannon Hill and there is also a lot of apartments going up, there is also that East Village that will eventually have cafes and restaurants.’’Mr Pollard said the whole eastern corridor would also benefit from the upgrade of Wynnum Rd which was underway.Despite all the changes Mr Pollard said it still had a good suburban feel.“Obviously I am selling but I’m still going to be looking to stay in the area,’’ he said.The latest figures from CoreLogic reveal Cannon Hill now has a median house price of $780,000 which had increased 9.1 per cent in the past 12 months.