Tully, Babinda, Innisfail Estate the most tightly held spots in FNQ

first_img30 Riverside Cr, Innisfail Estate Only offers over $1.1m will be considered for 14 Fantail Cl, Woree, a four-bedroom, three-bathroom house overlooking Cairns. “Basically it’s farming people who run their businesses,” she said.“Before the kids would take over the farm and the property, but now kids don’t do that, so the farming couple find the home is too big for them and they downsize.”Ms Ranie said the privacy of the Tully home and its proximity to shops and the beach was the biggest drawcard.“The best part of it is that it is sitting on a small hill, nobody can see inside and there are breezes blowing through. It is an ideal spot,” she said.“The rest of the 10 acre property is flat land. IT is just a fluke in geography.“It’s absolutely beautifully set up for someone to work from home and the lovely village of Silkwood is just a few minutes drive away.“There are primary schools and high schools nearby and it is only 15 minutes from Kurrimine Beach so if you’re interested in fishing it’s perfect.“The home is in a comfortable location halfway between Innisfail and Tully. You’ll need more than a million dollars to buy 29 Jacobs Rd at Kurrimine Beach, a four-bedroom home right on the water. This home at 464 Varley St, Yorkeys Knob is on the market for $485,000 and currently rented for $620 a week. THEY are the best places in our region to find a lifestyle block and they are also spots where property owners aren’t going to sell up easily.Tully, Innisfail Estate and Babinda are home to the most tightly held properties with an average hold period of 20.4, 18.4 and 15.6 years, respectively.Yorkeys Knob owners won’t sell until after an average of 15 years while Kurrimine Beach, Woree, Manoora, Freshwater and Bingil Bay residents hold their properties for an average of between 15.7 and 15.1 years.Cairns suburbs Mooroobool, Holloways Beach, Bungalow, Caravonica, Bayview Heights, Cairns North and Westcourt all recorded average hold periods of between 13.9 and 13 years, according to Core Logic market trends data for February 2019. Independent mobile realtor Karen Ranie is selling a 10 acre property at 488 Walter Lever Rd in Tully and said the town’s farming families would have contributed to its long hold time.But things could be changing in the future. 464 Varley St, Yorkeys Knob 17 Tom Carr Cl, Babinda 14 Fantail Cl, Woreecenter_img 29 Jacobs Rd, Kurrimine Beach Tully’s homes are the most tightly held in the region with an average hold period of 20.4 years. This one at 488 Walter Lever Rd, Tully is on the market for $699,000. 17 Tom Carr Cl, Babinda is a four-bedroom, three bathroom home on almost 3000sq m. Also for sale with a price tag of $495,000 the home is energy efficient with solar panels that feed into the grid and an air heated hot water system. A tiled court yard area overlooks a gardener’s paradise. 488 Walter Lever Rd, Tully SUBSCRIBE TO THE CAIRNS POST WITH OUR SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER: $1 FOR THE FIRST 28 DAYS DON’T LET THESE HOMES GO 30 Riverside Crescent, Innisfail Estate, a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, is on the market for $495,000. With river views across the Johnstone River to town and the Jubilee Bridge, a rear deck next to the in-ground swimming pool is the perfect spot to while away an afternoon. Polished timber floors complete the picture. More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days agolast_img read more