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Queensland private mountain with breathtaking views, caves and bushland on sale for $620,000 

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Buy your own private mountain: Australian peak with breathtaking views, caves and bushland goes on sale for $620,000

  • Mount Hallen, 100km west of Brisbane, boasts its own caves and local wildlife 
  • Summit of the 260-acre property has great views but is only accessible in a 4X4 
  • Previous owners used the land as a holiday destination before deciding to sell up
  • Property’s realtor said there is room on one side of the mountain to build a home 

An incredible private mountain, offering stunning panoramic views of surrounding bushland, has gone on sale for $620,000.

Mount Hallen, which boasts its own caves and local wildlife including koalas and kangaroos, is on the market for the first time in 30 years.

The 260-acre piece of land, 100km north-west of Brisbane, commands views over the nearby Lake Wivenhoe but its summit can only be accessed by a 4X4.

Mount Hallen 100km north-west of Brisbane, offering panoramic views of surrounding bushland, has been put up for sale for $620,000 (mountain pictured)

Mount Hallen 100km north-west of Brisbane, offering panoramic views of surrounding bushland, has been put up for sale for $620,000 (mountain pictured)

The 260-acre property 100km north-west of Brisbane commands views over the nearby Lake Wivenhoe (pictured in background) but its summit can only be accessed by four-wheeled drive

The 260-acre property 100km north-west of Brisbane commands views over the nearby Lake Wivenhoe (pictured in background) but its summit can only be accessed by four-wheeled drive

The only infrastructure on the vast property is an old trig station, previously used for mapping.

The previous owners used their unique parcel of land as a holiday destination, @Realty selling agent Lyn Sills said. 

She told Daily Mail Australia they had planned to build a retirement house and had always dreamed of living on the mountain.

‘It was one of those things where it was their lifelong dream but their plans changed,’ she said.

The previous owners used their unique parcel of land as a holiday destination (view from mountain pictured)

The previous owners used their unique parcel of land as a holiday destination (view from mountain pictured)

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The only infrastructure on the vast property is an old trig station previously used for mapping

The only infrastructure on the vast property is an old trig station previously used for mapping

And while the family’s plans have changed, the realtor said the new buyer could build a dream home for themselves on the lot’s eastern side.

‘There’s a lovely clearing area there that’s very pretty and has the mountains out the back you could build a house on,’  she said.

The agent the property had already attracted a lot of interest since going on the market three weeks ago. 

Lot 2 Gatton Esk Road last sold for $122,000 in 1989.  

The agent said the property had already attracted a lot of interest since going on the market three weeks ago

The agent said the property had already attracted a lot of interest since going on the market three weeks ago 

 

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