BYO toot if you buy this basic but potential-laden property in country Queensland.
The block of land in Biarra, north west of Brisbane, is ideal for buyers who want to live simply and in an eco-friendly manner.
However, for the call of nature, a portable potty will be necessary, the listing advises.
The address carries an asking price of $150,000 and is under offer.
A shed on the property is not habitable, the listing explains, and there is no toilet.
However, the vendors come prepared with a portaloo and tricked up the shed so is comfortable for visits where some work needs to be done.
The owners have put in temporary wall insulation to keep things cool when stored, concrete floor with lino for easy cleaning, they use camping kettle, portaloo, solar lights etc when they visit for maintenance,” the listing says.
The property could be a new home site, with the shed ready for storage.
The address is in a “small off grid community area” about 14km from the town of Esk, which is tailored to buyers who want a break from “city life”, the listing says.
Power does not run to the block so the purchase will suit a buyer with a vision to create a totally sustainable existence.
According to Domain, the property last traded in 2014 but price data was not available.
The block is verdant and covers 2023 square metres and is being sold by agency @Realty.
Biarra is small rural locality with a population of 257, according to the last census.
Properties are rare in these parts at the moment. There is only one house for sale in Biarra on Domain, at 856 Esk Crows Nest Road – a six-bedroom brick homestead on 60 hectares, with vast lawns and huge sheds which are connected to water and power.
The estate, between the towns of Esk and Toogoolawah, has five paddocks and six dams, and is on the books of Ray White Rural Esk agents.
856 Esk Crows Nest Road, Biarra, Queensland
Article source: Queensland Property Investor