Lea Taylor Pastoral is proud to offer this quality property for sale on behalf of the vendors:
“NORPINE”

BUNGUNDARRA. 
PROPOSED EQUESTRIAN VILLAGE – SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT VIA YEPPOON. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND

MASSIVE PRICE REDUCTION to only $6 million.
Vendor keen to deal with approved buyers and a joint venture or Vendor finance could be available for approved buyers. 

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Maps:

Overall Concept Layout Map

Overall Concept Layout Map

 
Regional Eco System Vegetation Status Map

Regional Eco System Vegetation Status Map

 

Example of Equestrian Development Sites (Download Plan)

Equestrian Community (PDF File Size – 22Mb)

Situated:

10 Klm North of Yeppoon and 35 Klm from Rockhampton.

Amenities:

Power Available, Town Water, STD Phone and NBN available to the site, good TV reception. All-weather bitumen access.

Area:

There are two parcels of land, Being. 1. “Norpine” Lot 46, Norpine Road, Being 228 H/A or 564.38 Acres. And 2. “Woodbine Estate” Lot 2-11 and 16-22 Woodbine Road, Being 42.7 H/A or 105.53 Acres.

Tenure:

Free Hold.

Zoning:

Lot 46 Zoned, [Bungundarra Locality – Z25], Existing use Rural. Lot 2-11 and 16-22, Zoned Rural Residential, fully Developed and ready for sale now. Regional Eco Status Mostly White with some areas being Green. [Maps Available]. These Two Blocks can be Purchased as One or Separately which ever suits the Buyer.

Building:

Nil;

Equipment:

Nil.

Improvements:

Boundary securely Fenced with numerous Fenced paddocks and Lane Ways, one set of Round Timber Cattle yards, to handle Approximately 100 head. Solar Panels suppling power to a Submersible Motor and Pump on a good Bore supplying 5,000 gallon Polly Tanks and then reticulating to Troughs around the property and at the yards. Approximately Two Thirds of the property is cleared and well maintained, the remainder standing Coastal Forrest.

Special Conditions:

The Vendor is Open to Discuss all Types of Proposals Offered by Prospective Buyers and is Keen to make a Sale and is not Beyond being a partner with the incoming Owners in the Development Moving Forward.

Remarks:

This “Equestrian Village” Concept is based on a subdivision, utilising a community title structure and keeping the residential foot print as small as possible.

While having a community area for horses to be able to run close to their owners and their home, as well as having community owned Stabling and Equestrian facilities for the community members to use as well as for the training of their horses.

In short much like having a Pony Club or Horse training facility right in your back yard.

The existing subdivision being Lots 2-11 and 16-22 could be if the purchaser wonted, stage one of the Equestrian Village development as these 5 to 10 acre lots are ready and available for sale now.

There is a list of information to explain how this concept will work that has been established in the USA as well as in different countries throughout Europe that can be forwarded on to interested parties to assist them in understanding how this concept will work.

Please click on the above link provided to look at like concepts in other parts of the world in this thesis provided.

The Vendor has already carried out considerable preparations with council with pre-lodgement meetings on the concept and a lot of the infrastructure and planing is already in place and is a long way towards being ready to move forward with the proposed development.

As well as there are sections of roads and culverts that have been put in place on the property constructed to full Council Specifications in the existing surveyed plan foot print.

The availability of Town Water to the development will make this housing and village concept very sought after and the community Equestrian Lifestyle will attract a ready market with many people looking for this home and Equestrian interest way of life all in one with shared facilities right at your door step, with costs shared by the whole community .

Call Lea Taylor Today to find out more about this exciting new concept well on the way towards its completion with much of the initial planing work done and submitted to Council.  

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