46 Harvest Road, Greenbank, Queensland, 4124

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Sold for $450,000 (Jul 30, 2018)

LOW-IMPACT SUSTAINABLE HOME ON PRIVATE NATURE SANCTUARY

9.3 Acres of natural bushland full of native gum trees, plants, ferns and grasses. This nature sanctuary is largely untouched acreage, teeming with wildlife (a variety of birds, lizards, insects, and mammals) large habitat trees, established fruit trees, walking tracks, boulders and rock formations, and a seasonal creek on the southern boundary.

A comfortable chalet has been designed and built as a low impact sustainable home, offering you the chance to live surrounded by nature and wildlife, with lower running costs, and lower environmental footprint. This rustic sustainable home was entirely built by the owners, using recycled timber, upcycled materials, and good old manual labour.

The highset open-plan chalet has cypress-pine timber flooring, a lounge room with pot belly stove/fireplace, kitchen with timber cupboards, benches, and shelving, a bedroom with built-in timber robe, a bathroom with tile and mirror mosaics and a timber vanity, 2 verandahs; 1 off the bedroom, and 1 at the front of the home. The ground level of the home consists of the laundry area with built-in work bench and plenty of usable undercover space.

This genuinely eco-friendly home was built with steel posts and beams, hardiplank (termite resistant) cladding, gyprock interior walls and ceilings, ceiling insulation, colour-bond roof, timber verandah’s, solar hot water system, 18,900L rainwater tank, council approved dry composting toilet, rain water tank, grey water system and full electrics with multiple safety switches. The home could easily be expanded on the eastern and southern sides.

A 14ft caravan on concrete piers is also included with the property. The caravan has electricity and one bedroom with a double bed; it makes a perfect home office, studio, or guest accommodation.

Announced as “Logan’s Eco Champion” for 2017 by the Logan City Council, this unique private sanctuary and low impact sustainable home perfectly complement the natural environment.

Live in a Chalet amongst the trees and enjoy nature and local wildlife on a daily basis.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity.



  • 3.8 Ha – 9.3 Acres

  • Highset Timber Chalet (Steel Frame)

  • Totally Owner-Built (using Recycled Timber, Upcycled Materials and Good Old Manual Labour)

  • 1 Bedroom with Built-In Robe

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen and Meals

  • Kitchen has Electric Oven & Cooktop

  • Large Front Veranda

  • Side Veranda off the Bedroom

  • Pot Belly Stove / Fireplace

  • 1 Bedroom – Caravan/Studio/Office/ Guest Accommodation

  • Solar Hot Water System

  • Rainwater Tank – 18,900L (5,000 Gallon)

  • Dry Composting Toilet – Council Approved

  • Grey Water System

  • Entertaining Area with Firepit

  • Fox-Proof Chicken House

  • 2 Small Fenced Paddocks

  • 6 Minutes to Greenbank State School

  • 11 Minutes to Greenbank Shopping Centre

  • 14 Minutes to Springfield’s Orion Shopping Centre, University, Mater Private Hospital, and Train Station

  • Council Zoning – Rural Residential

  • Rates – Approx. $400 per quarter

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  • 46 Harvest Road, Greenbank,
    Queensland, 4124