football tunnels for sale Start your engines: Mount Panorama property for sale
People who love racing have the opportunity to buy properties throughout Jingshan.The Bathurst District Council is selling the Conrod Straight home of former Bathurst mayor, the late Neville Barlow.The Council purchased the property from the family as a solution to the problem of visiting during the race conference.Ben Campbell, a parliamentary property official, said the house was already on the market for $700,000.Initially, the Commission was only promoting the property locally, giving Bathurst residents the first chance to buy Mt Panorama, but if it does not sell, they would advertise it nationwide.Mr. Campbell said that there was a set of houses in the whole Jingshan and during the race, it was only possible to enter before and after the great race."When Mr Barlow's property went public, it was a good opportunity to correct the situation," he said ."."The council purchased the property, allowing 24/7 of the residents of the area to enter.Mr Campbell said the parliament created a right of way along the hotel side, through the middle of the circuit and through the tunnel, allowing residents to come and go as they please.Once the right of way is established, there is no need to retain the property.The house is located on the right hand side of Conrod, near the Bathurst Gold Mine.Mr. Campbell said the house had a magnificent view of Bathurst."This is a unique opportunity to have a panoramic view of Mt," he said .".Because the property is at the high end of the market committee, he added, he hopes to get the best possible return.If there are no candidates locally, Mr Campbell said, then the Council will advertise nationwide in the V8X Magazine, which has one reader.7 million.The next edition of the magazine will be published in September/October, just in time for Bathurst 1000."Once the news comes out, someone will snap it up," Mr Campbell said ."."The whole mountain is the holy grail of racing --Everyone wants to buy a small piece of their whole mountain.