My 2000 metre sq (half acre) in Birchip is for sale. Birchip is a growing and popular town on the
southern edge of the Mallee. There are lots of young families here and many are moving here because property is still quite cheap.
There are families from India, the Philipines and New Zealand also choosing to live in Birchip. We are truly a multi-cultural town.
Birchip is only a few km from Lake Tchum which is a popular fishing and boating holiday spot.
The Birchip bakery is famous for its prize winning vanilla slices.
My property is only 200m from the shops and appears to be the only serviced block in the town available for sale.
It is in a quiet location with great neighbours.
The block had a planning permit to build a granny flat and a house but this permit has expired.
There is a pair of small buildings on the block one of which achieved fame as "The smallest House in Victoria."
This "Tiny House"is built to a high standard with solar power, double glazed windows, plastered walls and tiled floor.
However it does not have approval as a dwelling and will require some building alterations to gain shire approval and a certificate of occupancy. Alternatively it could be used as a spare bedroom or a guest room adjacent to the house that you would build.
There is so much demand for housing for rental or purchase in Birchip that my property would be an ideal development site for units.
Building developers would be strongly advised to look at this option.
There are 8 fruiting type date palms on the block. There are 3 different varieties of dates, and these should start fruiting within 2 to 3 years.
I estimate that in time they could generate an income of $100 a week.
The property also includes a terrific "Roman Style" pizza and bread oven, integrated with a brick BBQ and preparation table. It alone would be worth $5,000. You can read about this oven in the latest issue of Backyard Farmer magazine.
Interested in Buying?
This property is for sale for $50,000 (negotiable)
Ph: David - 0488039315 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address for correspondence:PO Box 103, Birchip 3483
If you would like to visit and inspect the property and find out more about booming Birchip just give me a ring.