UNIQUE - IT'S ONE OF A KIND
This is a unique opportunity to purchase your own piece of paradise set on top of Bones Knob. You won't be disappointed by the views. They have to be seen to be believed, almost 360 degrees, as far as the eye can see.
It is some years since this property has come to the market. This World War II RAAF 220 Radar Station has significant historical features including 2 heritage listed concrete semicircular igloo structures each being 11.2 metres in length and 7 metres wide and spaced 55 metres apart in parallel alignment. The entrances to both igloos are sheltered under bow-roof verandahs. A smaller igloo that housed the generating plants is hidden in the Mabi Rainforest along with a three bay open shed.
The parcel consists of 73.15 ha (180 acres),* elevated land, including Native Australian Bushlands, Mabi Rainforest and some open area towards the bottom of the driveway. The property is partly fenced, features a dam and large water tank that is serviced by the Bones Knob Water Scheme. There is an approval in place and the new Owner could cut the bottom 35 acres into a separate title.
The steel framed studio is situated on the edge of the precipice with a timber deck that takes in the stunning views to the north. The studio is open plan with a kitchen, lounge and bedroom area. The bathroom, toilet and laundry complete the parcel. Underneath the studio is a cellar. In addition to the current infrastructure, there is a large, flat house pad that would be ideal to build your new home.
For an inspection or further information on this very unique property contact Liz Brown at Ray White Rural Atherton on 0418 788 209 or 07 4091 7111 REF13181
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