Lot 1- 16 Dp 1018139 Stoney Creek Road, Marulan NSW 2579
Block size: 2300 m² approx.
Marulan 2300 to 3900sqm
Exciting new 16 lot subdivision located in Marulan town and offering rare larger size lots from 2300sqm to 3900sqm with room to live & grow comfortably. Situated just 3 km’s from the Hume HWY and Marulan CBD and surrounded by small acreage properties, make this development desirable to those wanting a semi-rural lifestyle with room for the kids, pets or larger home. Plenty of room to entertain, have a pool or build that dream shed with plenty of parking on-site for extra vehicles, boats or caravans.
- Pricing from $259,000 - Lots range from 2300sqm to 3900sqm - Each lot provides a large building envelope - Sealed road frontage - Town services, underground power, water, gas, phone, NBN - Exchange on a 5% deposit to secure your block - Settlement is expected in 12 to 18 months - Zoned R5, Large lot residential, minimum 2000sqm lot sizes
These rare, larger residential blocks are a desirable investment opportunity in this growing Sydney to Canberra growth corridor. Easy access to the Hume Hwy, Southern Highlands 35 minutes and Canberra & Sydney outskirts approximately 1 hour.
Exciting new construction of the Marulan Village Centre includes IGA & other specialty stores to compliment the already established town and businesses that Marulan has to offer. Secure your block now.
This site is developed by Patcha Developments Pty Ltd.
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