AN opportunity to secure 227 hectares (561 acres) in two titles of Sunshine Coast Hinterland at Conondale has emerged.
Held in the same family since 1976, this property has primarily been used to breeding and productively grow out of the family's high grade Brahman herd.
The elevation and position of the property at the head of the Mary Valley offers numerous house sites, overlooking the valley encompassed with mountain views.
A stand out feature of the property is its water security.
Fritz Gully runs mainly through the centre of the property, fed by permanently flowing springs in Conondale National Park.
Natural waterholes have developed, ideal for livestock.
There are also four livestock dams, plus two spring fed dams and troughs.
Boasting 1km of bitumen road frontage with access to both titles, the property is fenced into three main paddocks. The large set of equipped steel cattle yards also have all weather access.
Fritz Gully has an estimated carrying capacity of up to 250 breeders or 300 backgrounders.
Given the location of the property, the holding is said to represent a great opportunity to diversify into tourist accommodation, such as eco-homes, while maintaining its livestock production ability.
Expressions of interest on Fritz Gully close on October 6.
Contact Stuart Hill, 0418 764 158, Belle Property, Maroochydore.
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