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658 Congo Road, Congo NSW 2537

Block size: 696 m² approx.House size: 110 m² approx.


Located in the highly sought after yet tightly held coastal hamlet of Congo, this home is a gem in the making.

The location is ideal - its directly across the road from the gorgeous Congo Creek - you’ll be serenaded by a wide array of birdlife that live in the surrounded unspoilt bushland, then it’s just a short walk to the Iconic Congo Campground and beach - which offers easy access to both the creek and the beach.

To be honest, the house itself will need a little TLC to bring her back to her former glory, but the bones are great and you will be rewarded with a stunning home in an amazing location. The home features 2 good sized bedrooms, a large combined bathroom and laundry and a generous open plan living area. The kitchen area also offers a generous footprint for you to get creative.

Congo offers a lifestyle like no other, it’s surrounded by the Eurobodalla National Park on 3 sides and nature lovers will enjoy exploring the area which includes the 14km Bingi Dreaming Track that traces the ancient song lines of the location Yuin Aboriginal people. With a population of only around 250 Congo boasts a strong and vibrant community spirit.

Imagine all this! and the township of Moruya is only around 17 mins way, which means you will have access to shops, medical services and schooling.

Sounds perfect doesn’t it?

Inspection is by appointment only, so call the office today to book a time to check out your new home!

  • Garden Shed
  • Reverse Cycle a/c
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Key details

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696 *
House Size:
110 *

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Fraser-Gray Real Estate

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Block information
Block size: 696 (approx)
Legal description: 5/38219
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What's nearby

Moruya PublicPrimary School
Moruya High SchoolHigh School
Moruya District HospitalHospital
Woolworths SupermarketMajor Shopping Centre
Carroll CollegeCollege
Post OfficePost Office

Property history

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Property History
15 Mar 2024
Fraser-Gray Real Estate
Contract: 15/03/2024
Listed: 06/12/2023
Days on market: 100
Block size: 696m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
06 Oct 2023
Transfer: 06/10/2023
Block size: 695.6m²
Transfer type: Full transfer

Congo suburb information

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SummaryMedian sales
Average Age
50 years
Listing ID: 182149085. This listing has been viewed 621 times. It was first displayed on 06/12/2023 and last updated on 20/03/2024.
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