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The fact that you can live in the country, in privacy, beside a natural meandering channel that leads to a lake and the main river, and hear the roar of the pounding surf, should have you wanting to know more.
There have been many changes in the Clarence in the recent past, but South Bank Road Palmers Channel, mid-way between Yamba and Maclean, has and will retain its quiet appeal for many. A bitumen road most of the way has made access easy, and town water, power and garbage services have certainly enhanced living in this idyllic, private, waterfront spot.
But most importantly what hasn’t changed is the relaxed Lower Clarence lifestyle that only locations like the Channel can offer.
Whilst the cottage has seen many a sunrise and sunset, it is sound, original and beautifully presented. It sits comfortably and privately on 2.4 acres on the Northern boundary, overlooking the water. The condition allows you to maintain the home as it is or enhance the interior to satisfy your personal needs. The land is alluvial and cleared with 1 ½ acres a fully fenced paddock and the balance of land partly fenced.
The property has a registered jetty. Just imagine, if you have had enough of fishing off the jetty and catching enough muddies for a feed, and you want a change of scenery, you can slip the tinnie or kayak and head off to Lake Wooloweyah or back down the Channel.
736 South Bank Road is a rare property. Ownership, as your home or holiday cottage, will enhance everyday life for the better for someone wishing to experience a relaxed, tranquil lifestyle.
Make sure you inspect to appreciate this gem. It might be the best action you ever take.