Five acres in prime Upper Kedron set to go under the hammer
A hidden gem on five acres of beautiful land just 18km from Brisbane’s CBD is about to hit the market for the very first time.
Set to go under the hammer on February 20, this four-bedroom family home at fifty-nine Ross Road is one of the last remaining rural-zoned acreage properties in Upper Kedron.
Originally an 80-acre farm, owner John Dahl said the land had been in his family for decades, but that, after many happy family years living at the property, he and his wife were now making a seachange and moving to the coast.
"One of the things that makes this Queenslander house so unique is that we designed and built it ourselves in the 1970s,” he said.
“With massive entertaining areas, a swimming pool, tennis court and undercover parking for six cars at the main house, this dream property has endless potential.
“Apart from the exquisite homestead, the land also features a workshop/office shed and includes an additional shed for cars and a boat.”
Real Estate Agent Corinna Hadlow from Coronis Arana Hills said the property is a hidden sanctuary with unlimited potential.
“This property has it all,” Mrs Hadlow said. “It’s a private, spacious oasis with everything that a family could need including plenty of storage, beautiful acreage land and even a creek running through the back of the block.
“The new owner can move in and immediately enjoy ‘country living’ so close to the city or contemplate making renovations to bring their own personality to the property.
“The entire house and block are ripe to be transformed into one of Brisbane’s last remaining acreage gems.”