This property is located at the heart of Marburg township with convenient access to all amenities.
It has four large bedrooms and has been designed in an open-plan contemporary style.
Blessed with a serene, lush acreage with views and a large dam, the property is suitable to be used by animal lovers for small quantity of animals like horses or cows.
Kids can play in the nice, fully fenced yard. Parents can entertain family or friends during weekends on the backyard deck facing the salted in-ground swimming pool.
This 10 to 11 acre house-and-land package has development potential. It is close to the new estate already in the process of developing. Schools, shops, pub, transport, veterinary clinic, church and other amenities as well as historical buildings and the antique store are just 5 minutes away. It has easy access to the Warego highway, and is only 40 minutes from the CBD, or 20 minutes to Ipswich city.
This valued property is worth considering by a small-scale developer who would like to live on the land, and/or subdivide it for other uses or investments. The owner is keen to sell. The price is less than A$800 thousand, and is negotiable.
All in all, this house and land package with subdivision potential is a great opportunity for country lovers or those who want to work from home.
61 OWENS RD
MARBURG QLD 4346
Inspection Time: 11am to 2pm every Saturday.
Refreshments and Regional Tour provided.
Please make a booking in advance.
Phone: 0400 366 158
Exterior and Surroundings
New Estate, Owens Road
Property Frontyard, Owens Road
Driveway to Property
Front Entrance with Garage
Front Varendah and Playground
Backyard, Fence and Swimming Pool
House Rear View with Shed
Backyard and Dam
Land Outside Front Entrance
Backyard and Slope
Land of the Backyard
Interior and Decor
Kitchen and Living Room
Dining Room and Kitchen
Ensuite with Walk-In Wardrobe
According to information on Marburg at Wikipedia:
Marburg is a small township of 536 inhabitants located 60 kilometres (37 mi) west of Brisbane, the capital of the State of Queensland, Australia. It is split between the City of Ipswich and Somerset Region local government areas. At the 2011 Australian Census the town recorded a population of 567.
Intersection of Edmond Street and Queen Street, Marburg, 2011
A small creek, the Black Snake creek, runs through Marburg. It is named after the Red-bellied Black Snake. The Marburg ‘Black Snake Creek Festival’ is a yearly event held in October and features musicians and other attractions.
Marburg has active community groups such as the Marburg and District Resident’s Association, the Rosewood Scrub Historical Society, the Marburg Show Society, The Marburg Fire and Rescue Station, the Marburg Rural Fire Brigade and the Marburg branch of the State Emergency Services.
Rosewood Historical Society building, 2014
The ‘Band in the Park’ is an initiative of the Marburg and District Resident’s Association on the first Friday of the month at 6.30 pm. Marburg is well known for its ‘Marburg dances’ which take place every Saturday night in the hall on the showgrounds. Harness racing takes place on a regular basis on the Marburg race course.
‘Woodlands’ is Marburg’s finest building. It is listed by the National Trust as a fine example of the nineteenth century plantation owner’s residence and for its historic significance in relation to the development of various primary industries in Queensland. It was built between 1888 and 1891 by Thomas Lorrimar Smith who was the owner of the sawmill, sugarmill, distillery and other business interests in the region. At present the property services as a centre for functions such as weddings, business meetings and conferences.
Woodlands at Marburg, 2014