6.65 hectares (18 acres) that oozes with solitude and peace. The land has a 300 meter road frontage with the gas pipeline running through. It is approx. 300 meter to the back boundary. There are two dams but one of these is a huge feature of the property as it is set on a couple of hectares amongst a wet land eco system that has an abundance of birdlife. There are two sheds on the property, one which is predominately storage the other council approved and fitted out with kitchen and bathroom. Both have rain water tanks and mains power. A stone’s throw to the village of Nerriga and the popular Nerriga pub with friendly locals and dine-in menu and yet only 45 minutes to Nowra. If this sounds like you call the agent today to arrange your private inspection.
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