For those that dream of a wild location, who want to escape with a feeling of total seclusion, plus your very own spectacular mini Uluru, this large wild 3278m2 parcel of hillside land could be just the ticket. And let's face facts, to own a block with these qualities building is not going to be easy, and there are no services, but to many, the lack of services is a real bonus, total independence! The building envelope is on the northern side tucked in under the massive rock, which to be honest gives a wonderfully calm and spiritual feel to the property, it really has to be seen to be appreciated. Imagine a steel and glass structure, touching lightly on the land, accessed via a boardwalk through the trees, a modern tree house if you like, the perfect antidote to city life or a low maintenance holiday home, what a treat it would be! One of a kind. Superfluous to the current owners needs this parcel has stunning qualities that set it apart from your average run of the mill offering, it really is a must see, so hurry as it will not last long!
• Spectacular rock formation • Cul-de-sac location • Total seclusion • Council maintained sealed access road
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