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Tropical oasis up for sale

September 28, 2020

first_img58 Gerard St, Currajong.The property itself has two bedrooms, one bathroom, three car accommodation and is on the market for $299,000.It’s on a 452 sqm block and the house has a front patio that leads tot he living room, tongue and groove walls and shaded windows.There is a new kitchen with a gas stove, rangehood, larger corner pantry and plenty of cupboard space.Helen Munro Property selling agent Margaret Hill said it was one of the best residential gardens she had seen in Townsville.“This is the most tropical garden I’ve had the privilege of selling,” she said. “To get this variety of these gingers and heliconias you would usually have to go to Mission Beach.” 58 Gerard St, Currajong.THIS just might be one of Townsville’s best residential tropical gardens.The tropical oasis at 58 Gerard St in Currajong is now looking for a new owner 10 years after the impressive garden was first established.The garden is filled with palms, various varieties of bamboo, heliconias and gingers while there is also an aquatonic garden that not only produces vegetables but can also be used to farm fish. 58 Gerard St will be open for inspection on Sunday from 11.30am-12pm. For more information call Margaret Hill on 0439 716 340. 58 Gerard St, Currajong Leigh Heerschop is selling his house on Gerard St, Currajong, which features a lush tropical garden that he has created.Walking into the backyard the temperature instantly drops due to the shade provided by the canopy.Bright tropical flowers are contrasted against lush greenery with bunches of bamboo shooting up towards the sky.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Owner and green thumb Leigh Heerschop said there was only a sole palm tree in the garden when he first moved in and he had invested about $50,000 in creating the lush backyard.It’s a tropical oasis and it’s actually really easy to maintain once you have it established,” he said. “I had to find a lot of the plants online so for example the painted bamboo I had to buy off eBay. I’ll be sad to leave the garden but I can start again and make another one that’s bigger and better.”last_img

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