House for Sale

117 John Dory Street Taylors Beach, QLD 4850

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

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House for Sale in Taylors Beach


  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

Situated in the middle of Taylors beach just a short stroll to the boat ramp and water is the sold lowset block home. Perfect for the fisherman with easy access to rear yard and sheds making this an ideal holiday home.

Features include: sold block construction (incl internal walls) 2 air conditioned bedrooms (one with built ins), air conditioned living, central timber kitchen, bathroom with separate toilet, to the rear with easy access via the easement on the side boasts covered lean tos with ample room for any boats/cars/vans or toys you may have or even entertainment area.

This property is worth an inspection if Taylors Beach is a fishing destination you've always dreamed of having your own holiday home.

Call Marie at Ray White Ingham on 0448 347722 to arrange your inspection.

Taylors Beach is the central beach in the Shire, located between Forrest Beach and Lucinda, approximately 24km east of Ingham. With the island and fringing reefs so close like Lady Elliot Reef or the Palm Island Group including the magnificent Orpheus Island Taylors Beach is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Local amenities include general store, children's playgrounds, Caravan Park, stinger nets and an all-weather boat ramp which offers access to the 17km of Victoria Creek and tributaries of mangrove waterways.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes

991m² / 0.24 acres


3 carport spaces







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