Lifestyle House on 11.5 Acres on the Banks of The Clarence River
Brick veneer with cement tile roof. Town water.
4 bedroom 2 bathrooms with 3 vanity units, 2 toilets. House on the banks of the mighty Clarence River.
Good sized kitchen with walk in pantry. Dining room and separate kitchen eating area. One of the bathrooms has a shower screen with 2 doors. Each leading to a separate bathroom vanity. All bedrooms have built in wardrobes. Large study or games room. The house has 11 rooms total. Veranda front and back. 285 square meters under roof and 250 square meters floor area.
8kw aircon north end of house and 1.5kw aircon in master bedroom. Ceiling fans in most rooms
Set on 11.5 acres. Good fences and cattle yard with race.
A jetty which only goes out into the river to low tide mark. This means that there are no fees to be payed for the jetty. My boat sits on the mud at low tide. 4m further out and the depth is 4m.
The Pacific highway upgrade includes a new bridge (down river) with 30m clearance for tall yachts to sail under.
Deep water anchorage with no barnacles as the water is almost fresh. No need to slip your boat as all barnacles will die if anchored in the river. Direct access to the Yamba seaway 25 miles down river.
Double garage, shed and garden shed. Town water, power and NBN Internet.
The Pacific Highway is currently being upgraded and the bypass will be 10kms east of its present location. So the Pacific highway which presently is on the Eastern boundary will become a quite country road by 2020.
Beautiful alluvial soil which will grow anything. Dam with permanent water Never gone dry). The river water is brackish but still suitable for irrigation and the cattle will drink it.
Sit out back with an afternoon drink and soak up the view across the Clarence river. Then wonder down to the river and step on your yacht/boat.
House does not flood. With the Pacific Highway one side and the Clarence River on the other bush fires are no threat especially as all the paddocks are constantly green and a Tic free zone.
Avocado, mango trees and 70 others of numerous varieties, olive, pecan, lychee, macadamia, dragon fruit, citrus.
The property is 4km from Ulmarra and is half-way between Coffs Harbour and Ballina. Grafton 16km. Beaches 40km to the east and Gebralter Mountains Range to the west. By water you can reach Grafton, Ulmarra (4 kms south), Brushgrove (4kms north), Lawrence, Maclean, Harwood, Iluka and Yamba. All these port have new floating pontoons and pubs. Lunch or dinner by boat is only a short ride down or up the river.
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