Outstanding opportunity for market gardeners/investors to inspect this spectacular acreage property, currently operating as a nectarine and peach orchard. Private, level and mostly cleared, the property boasts an immaculate four bedroom plus office home with two bathrooms, and a large undercover entertainment area with BBQ facilities and pizza oven. A current DA is in with council to add a further approx. 40 m x 18 m shade to the already approx. 24.71 acres (approx. 10 ha) of plants under cover. Offering dual access driveways, four dams, machinery shed plus second storage shed, this property is located less than 40 km from the Badgerys Creek Airport site - think big, think future opportunity & book your inspection!
Approx. 36.4 acres (14.74 ha) Post n rail front fencing + tarsealed main entrance Workers entrance Filtration/ irrigation system from dams Approx. 40 solar panels 2 registered dams Water license Approx. 15 ML of water Approx. 11 km to Macarthur Square Approx. 12.7 km to M5 onramp, Campbelltown Approx. 36.2 km from Badgerys Creek Airport site
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