PANORAMIC MOUNTAIN VIEWS WITH SUBDIVISION POSSIBILITIES!
Just 40 minutes to Tuggeranong and Queanbeyan is this picturesque property of approximately 260 hectares (640 acres). It comprises mixed grazing land, timbered areas, several dams and Margaret Creek, which ensures a permanent water source.
Burra Road provides direct access to the property and with electricity lines in place the property offers an incredible opportunity to build your dream home with panoramic views on a site of your choosing.
As well as being well suited to grazing, this property offers a range of possibilities for use. Whether you want fruit trees, grapes or just want open space to horse ride, bike ride or hike, this is the property for you.
Conveniently close to Canberra and Queanbeyan, and just 10 minutes to Michelago village, with its shop, service station and school, this is a rare opportunity to enjoy rural life whilst also having easy access to all the amenities of city living. School buses run past the property providing transport to Canberra and Queanbeyan schools.
An incredible opportunity that may just be what you have been seeking.
Call Greg to discuss and we can then arrange a visit.
* Zoned RU1 Primary Production * Exceptional views * Grazing and scattered timber * Dams, Margaret Creek * Close to the ACT
In accordance with government recommendations, if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have been in contact with someone who is ill or have travelled recently, we ask that you be respectful of the well-being of others and not attend the open home.
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