Iconic Rollingstone Ranch snapped up

first_img Flood victims finally return home “The property passed in at auction and the sale was negotiated afterwards.”Mr Leaumont said the property had an invaluable opportunity running through it. “When the sellers bought it, they purchased it as an investment because the PH level is really high in the natural spring water so there is a lot of opportunity to do things with it,” he said. “It’s a blank canvas really and the buyers are looking into farming it.” Principal at Raine and Horne Townsville, Steve Leaumont, who sold the property said it attracted plenty of interest at auction.“It used to be an iconic Townsville business — many years ago it was a riding school,” Mr Leaumont said. “We had a fantastic response and the vendor was very pleased with the selling price.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 The iconic Rollingstone Ranch has been snapped up.AN Iconic Townsville property dubbed “Rollingstone Ranch” has been snapped up after roping in interest at auction. The 40.2 hectare block was a horse ranch in it’s hay day. Only 2.5 kilometres from the beach, the property has direct access from the Bruce Highway and was sold with the original dwelling, three dongas and a large concreted apron. READ MORE Home between a rock and a nice place Rollingstone Ranch in its hay day.center_img A brochure about Rollingstone Ranch when the property was previously offered for sale.An advertisement when the property was on the market in the past, describes the ranch as having unlimited potential. Where tenants are ditching dead money for a mortgage READ MORElast_img

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