Original homestead hits the market at $1.25 million

first_imgThe property is minutes from the beautiful Currumbin Rock Pools.Lot 16 is one of five blocks that makes up the subdivision.“In less than four weeks on the market we already have two of the other blocks under contract and strong interest in the others,” he said.“We have interest from lifestyle investors — Brisbane and Sydney based buyer but also local buyers.” The residence is in original condition.He said large vacant acreage properties on the Gold Coast were hard to find and highly sought-after.“Currumbin Valley offers some of the closest acreage properties to the beach,” he said.“You’re minutes to the Currumbin Rock Pools, the beach, shopping centres but you feel like you’re a million miles away our here. The property from the air.Tony Holland of McGrath Coolangatta/ Tweed Heads described the sprawling acreage estate as a landmark property in prestigious Currumbin Valley.He said the house was in original condition and estimated it to be more than 50 years old.“This landmark homestead is waiting for its new owner to restore it to its former glory,” he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago“Situated on 10 acres of usable pasture quality acreage, perfect for the horse lover or hobby farmer.” Lot 16 1030 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley. The Queenslander-style residence on Lot 16 Currumbin Creek Rd, Currumbin Valley.A FORMER Gold Coast dairy farm with a historic Queenslander-style house has hit the market at $1.25 million.The property at Lot 16 1030 Currumbin Creek Road Currumbin Valley is part of a subdivision of an old dairy farm owned by the Dolan family. last_img read more

Garner man accused of criminal mischief, theft from August incident in Worth County arrested

first_imgNORTHWOOD — A Garner man accused of multiple charges in Worth County has been arrested.25-year-old Dakota Schuver is accused of driving a pickup truck on August 28th that had been reported stolen out of Mason City. Law enforcement officials say they engaged in a pursuit with Schuver that took them through Swensrud Park in Northwood, with Schuver allegedly hitting a fence surrounding a baseball diamond.Schuver is then accused of abandoning the vehicle and stealing another pickup truck and trailer, driving through rural parts of Worth County, causing over $10,000 in damage before abandoning it.Schuver was arrested in Cerro Gordo County on Wednesday and was transported to the Worth County Jail. He’s been charged with second-degree theft, first-degree criminal mischief, second-degree criminal mischief and two counts of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent.His preliminary hearing is scheduled for next Friday.last_img read more