Offers Over $550,000
In this tranquil haven you could be sitting under shady trees on the banks of the creek or soaking in the spa with a view of the distant hills with kangaroos and wallabies hopping by the window.
Can you see yourself sharing a meal with friends or family in the huge hexagonal kitchen with light streaming through the amazing leadlight windows?
These are just some of the numerous features of this delightful property which could be YOUR new home.
Oakview Nature Refuge is located in South East Queensland 42km North West of Gympie on 270 acres (109ha).
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unique two-storey mud-brick home enclosed by three verandas and a eastern facing screened in Breakfast room offering a vantage point for bird watching.
Huge hexagonal kitchen with parquetry flooring, island bench and large pantry.
Gas hot water and cooking
4 Sheds comprising Colourbond 7 bay shed with 3 phase power, huge mud-brick shed, Garden tool shed and Wood storage shed
Plentiful supply of firewood on property
18m long completely enclosed reticulated veg/patch enables you to grow your own food
25,000 gallon rain water storage
10,000 gallon creek water storage
Numerous dams and creek frontage provide plentiful water. The large front screened, tiled veranda wraps around the southern and western sides of the house. This affords sweeping views down the valley where your wildlife companions roam.
The main bedroom has a walk in wardrobe with enormous en-suite, generous sized spa, Italian tiles, leadlight windows, and extraordinary floor mosaic featuring native wildlife.
The second bathroom has a shower and bathtub.
A recycled hardwood timber staircase leads up to the third bedroom that takes up the entire top floor.
The house is kept warm and cosy in winter with an efficient wood burning stove
This property has been used as a site for rehabilitating and releasing wildlife for the past eleven years and is registered with the Land for Wildlife program and the Humane Society International.
2.5 acre enclosure with six foot chain link mesh suitable as a pre-release pen for wildlife
90 of the 109ha are protected by a voluntary conservation agreement with the Queensland Government finalized in 2009 allowing you the benefit of 50%discounted council rates and grants available for weed control and fencing.
389 Cogzell Road, Oakview, Queensland 4600