Five under $500,000 - March 7, 2018
Got some rippers for you this week, folks. Whether you're up for a tree change, investing in an Instagram-worthy converted vintage butcher shop or want a historic stone hall in South Australian wine country, we've got you covered.
Tasmania: 311 Pirates Bay Drive, Eaglehawk Neck
Get ya paws on this treehouse in Eaglehawk Neck and you'll be sitting on the back deck sinking bevs wondering why you didn't make a tree change sooner. For $340,000 you get 2.7 acres in the bush and a charming home with Tasmanian oak floors and French doors. Plus it's only moments from the beach and 45-minutes from Hobart Airport.
South Australia, Watervale Hall, Main North Road, Watervale
Take a look at this local hall in SA's Clare Valley, which is currently operating as an antique shop. What you do with it is limited only by your creativity. You can score this historic stone building for $349,000. It's set over three titles and is moments from some magnificent wineries.
Victoria: 1/705 Sebastopol Street, Ballarat
Fancy owning a converted vintage butcher shop? It's an Instagram addict's dream come true and at just $285,000 to $295,000 it's an absolute steal, too. The recently renovated one-bedder is currently operating as a bed and breakfast. We reckon if you whack it on AirBnB you'll have a waiting list a mile long in no time.
Western Australia: 40 Eldridge Avenue, Witchcliffe
In WA you can get three homes on one site for $450,000. They all have their charm but how's this one with the charmingly crummy tin roof? We're into it. It's just out of Margaret River, so all you'll need to do is start your own boutique winery and your lifestyle's sorted.
Queensland: 906 Pomona-Kin Kin Road, Kin Kin
One for the southern belles that have always dreamed of owning a place in Noosa (okay, it's not actually Noosa, but it is in the Noosa Hinterland, so close enough). For $430,000 you get this chalet-style home with timber floors, French doors, a massive garden and countryside views.
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