990 Friday Hut Road, Binna Burra, New South Wales, 2479

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House 5 2
 
Su Reynolds
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First National Real Estate Byron Bay
35 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481
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990 Friday Hut Road, Binna Burra, New South Wales, 2479 SOLD

Located only a few minutes drive to Bangalow, this incredible farm offers all the best aspects of the Byron hinterland.

Panoramic rural views to the north from all over the property are just the beginning.

Byron Creek runs along the northern boundary with several deep swimming holes, small cascade sections and wildlife including large bass, freshwater tortoises, and if you're quiet the occasional platypus.

The flat land along the creek also has two large spring fed lagoons and offers picturesque grazing paddocks for the 50 or so cattle currently on the property.

Elevated above these paddocks and creek is the main farm house and sheds. The comfortable four bedroom home has town water connected and is private from the boundaries and secondary house.

Further into the land is the tractor shed which was once dairy bales, sitting in the shade of a magnificent 100 year old fig tree. The views from this area are simply stunning, encompassing distant hills, tree lined gullies, lagoons, river and the old train bridge.

The property continues on towards the Flowers Road ridgeline with paddocks and views in all directions.

Held in the same family for three generations, it's not often land of this quality will come up for sale.

If you are looking for a slice of hinterland magic, yet want to be close to towns and beaches, and still have a working farm do not miss your chance with 990 Friday Hut Road.

Council Rates: $3080.65 per year

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Date Listed
15/5/2018
House
5
2
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Land Size 160 Acre approx.
Property ID 1P2492
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990 Friday Hut Road, Binna Burra, New South Wales, 2479, Australia