1978 Murray Valley Highway Boosey


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Your door to the forest

Situated in a tranquil bush setting is this lifestyle property adjoining the state red gum forest. The property provides a 3 bedroom brick veneer home with plenty of space to move on approximately 1ha.
A stone's throw from our spectacular Murray River and expansive sand bars perfect for days by the river and located half way between Yarrawonga and Cobram this north facing home offers ample light and provides uninterrupted views of bushland and wildlife right out your front door.
The home includes a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and lounge, quality fittings and fixtures and electric cooking. There is a wood fire in living area and also a reverse cycle air conditioner.
The grounds provide a large variety of established native trees watered by reticulated water from the sewage and a sprinkler system, a huge 50 ft. x 25 ft. shed with concrete floor and power, double carport, 2 x 22,000 litre water tanks, fresh water deep bore and pump shed.
Some other features include: fire sprinkler system on roof, walnut, macadamia, fig and mulberry trees, brand new hws, back to base security system, in-floor safe just to name a few.
This property is priced to sell and offers an amazing setting and lifestyle for a wide range of buyers.
Once you step inside the property you will be instantly taken to another place - a perfect property to call home and escape the hustle and bustle of today's busy lifestyle.
Contact our office today to arrange your private inspection of this true sanctuary to call your own.

Property Features

  • Land Size : 1.00 hectares
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Property ID: 3319584

Narelle Donovan

Narelle Donovan

0458 907 478

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Contact Office

First National Real Estate O'Meara Kennedy

91 Belmore Street


T 03 5744 1331

F 03 5744 2292

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