Bethania 159 and 159A Station Road
*Land area 32.51* acres freehold plus 3.95* acres leasehold
*Two houses and large shed (currently rented)
*Possible subdivision subject to council approval
*410m* of river frontage on Logan River
*800m* walk to Bethania train station
*Located halfway between Gold Coast and Brisbane
*Build a homestead, run your horses or cattle
*Current income of $64,480 p.a.* WILL BE SOLD AS VACANT POSSESSION
*Don't miss this outstanding opportunity!
159 and 159A Station Road offers a unique and very rare opportunity to secure a prominently positioned 40 acre* main river site along the Logan River within the Logan suburb of Bethania. Across the river is the M1 Motorway, connecting to the Logan CBD, Brisbane CBD and the Gold Coast. To the south is the Bethania train station.
Bethania is a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia. It is situated between the main Beenleigh railway line and lies south of the Logan River. The suburb was originally founded on the eastern side of what has become Station Road, on a large property of 330 acres, taken up by Pastor Haussmann to settle a group of Germans who had arrived in Brisbane during 1863. With easy access to the city and major shopping, the district is also in close proximity to great country scenery.
The Logan River is a perennial river located in the Scenic Rim, Logan and Gold Coast local government areas of the South East region of Queensland. The 184 kilometre-long river is one of the dominant waterways in South East Queensland that drains the southern ranges of the Scenic Rim and empties into Moreton Bay after navigating the City of Logan. The catchment is dominated by urban and agricultural land use. Near the river mouth, mangrove forests and a number of aquaculture farms populate the area.
On this huge land lot, located among the fertile lands of the Logan River, presents the opportunity to create the perfect rural getaway. A hobby farm is a smallholding or small farm that is used as an additional form of income. Some are merely to provide some recreational land as a lifestyle choice to those looking to run hobbies, all while breathing fresh air and enjoying peace and quiet.
Types of hobby farms include: vineyards, pastures full of free-range poultry, expanses of bushland for riding horses, swathes of flat fertile land for growing fruit trees, rolling hills and plains for a menagerie of livestock and other animals, and creeks for fishing and other sports.
159 and 159A Station Road is unique in the fact that it provides many of these options, all within not more than an hour's drive to three large population centres.
The property can be accessed from Station Road. This runs north to the Logan River and south to Bethania's shops and train station.