The acreage of Aqaurius

April 13, 2015 BY

MCCARTNEY Real Estate Torquay will auction, unless sold prior, a fantastic acreage property situated in one of the most sort after and tightly held areas in Torquay.

Torquay Heights offers the best of both worlds, peaceful rural living while only minutes from Torquay’s heart and wonderful beaches.

This well laid out property is already set up for the horse lover with multiple individual paddocks, new fencing, tack room, loads of water storage and an abundance of shedding.

Alternatively, if you want a spacious property which is close to schools both existing and planned, sporting facilities and is a two-minute drive to the beach, then your search may be over.

McCartney’s John McMahon said the sale was a rare opportunity to purchase a lifestyle return on investment.

“With the nearby Torquay North development precinct well under way, and possible sub-division opportunities within Torquay Heights, this property would be a wise investment decision,” Mr McMahon said.

The very comfortable solid brick veneer residence home has a large family/dining/kitchen area, three good-sized bedrooms all with built-in robes, main bathroom, separate toilet and additional spacious rumpus room ideal for older siblings or somewhere to retreat.

There is a very relaxing outdoor area off the main living area that is complemented by an in-ground solar-heated swimming pool, making this a real lifestyle proposition.

Sub-division is a reality in the area.

The land lends itself to myriad different options, subject to council approval, if you wanted to create a separate parcel, immediately or in the future.

Being on the north side of Torquay, the property has direct access to Geelong and the newly constructed ring road making Melbourne only a little over an hour away.

Unless sold prior, the auction of this spacious property will take place at 1pm on Saturday April 18.

For more information or to arrange an inspection, phone John McMahon on 0400 866 634 or Dom Gleeson on 0438 911 037.

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