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133-139 Neville Road, STOCKLEIGH QLD 4280

Fenced rural acreage perfect for the whole family

Set in an idyllic 5 acres, this property wows with its sense of space and serenity. Two acres of flat, usable cleared land surround the house with a frontage of 70 metres and 293 metres in length, offering unbelievable versatility in agistment or livestock feeding on its three separately fenced and divided areas. With two grand driveways edged by lofty pine trees, the residence is positioned back from the road and is supplemented by an enormous two-car metal shed plus workshop at 6m by 9m. This huge outhouse begs to house a truck, caravan or boat with no difficulty whatsoever.

On a no-through road near a newly built mosque and surrounded by soaring gums with a dam at the back of the property and a cool area where the sun sets behind the land, this property is meant for a lively family to discover and enjoy. Only birdsongs pierce the silence of the surroundings and provide a rural soundscape for the listener.

Set on this peaceful retreat is a low-set three-bedroom home with viewing aspects over the entire property handy for keeping an eye on roaming youngsters. The building was constructed in 1991. The front door opens on to the entrance which leads to an air-conditioned family room with floating floorboards. A flexible layout then leads on to a room which could serve as a substantial study, a rumpus or media room.

The open-plan fully renovated kitchen/dining area look out on a patio and alfresco dining areas through sliding glass doors, giving the keen chef an opportunity to prepare food whilst entertaining guests. The benchtops here have been replaced with stainless steel workplaces, lending the whole room an air of cutting edge functionality. The brand new stainless steel oven and stovetop are complemented by the rangehood and make cooking a delight. The kitchen is the hub of the house and also the largest room with enough space to house two fridges and a chest freezer. The dining area could be easily extended into the patio if you desire more space. The entertaining area has a rough hewn barbeque with a view to the expansive yard beyond.

The Mediterranean coloured floor tiles continue from the kitchen to the hallway leading the way to the bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys an expansive walk-in robe with plenty of in-built drawers and a plinth for your bedside TV. It also has a glass sliding door to get outside with access out to your own acreage oasis and is furnished with neutral hard-wearing carpet. Bedroom 2 has its own walk-in robe and Bedroom 3 boasts a built-in. A renovated family bathroom replete with spa, two showerheads and his-and-hers vanities finishes this section of the home together with a separate toilet.

The whole house was freshly painted inside only two years ago and needs no updating. With Colourbond roof, cappuccino coloured brickwork, two water tanks of about 15,000 litres each and a third servicing the shed, this home represents the best in acreage living. With lovely breezes and full cross flow ventilation, 133 Neville Road pleases the eye and satisfies all tastes.


The suburb of Stockleigh lies 47 kilometres south-east of Brisbane along the Mount Lindesay corridor yet far from its traffic noise. Easy access to Jimboomba and Logan Village is only a short drive away. With Logan Village enjoying a surge in dwelling prices in the last three months, nearby Stockleigh is now being recognised as a suburb most likely to yield excellent capital growth.

Stockleigh has plenty of local retail options with Jimboomba Shopping Centre on nearby Cusack Lane offering a medical centre, Beer, Wine and Spirits and several other specialty shops as well as a well-stocked Woolworths. A further 5 minutes on and you’ll find the Logan Village Shopping Centre in North Street.
Stockleigh enjoys the facilities of several parklands including Chambers Flat Reserve, Merv and Ollie Musch Park and the neighbouring suburb of Logan Village boasts the Village Links, a nine-hole golf course with 18 tees, 31 bunkers and a par 71. At the end of Neville Road lies the freshly constructed Muslim temple.
The suburb is also well provided for with state schools Logan Village State School and Marsden State School offer primary education for children and Marsden State School also provides a Special Education Program as well as specialist lessons in Visual Arts, Science, Dance and Drama.
An attractive satellite suburb, Stockleigh is gaining more residents each year as buyers realise the benefits of a tree change.

Sold $430,000


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