MAYBE AN OPPORTUNITY - LANDLOCKED ACRES - WHERE THERE'S A WILL!
THERE'S A WAY! - Apparently over (8) ACRES in area. Take an overview, the owner says sell so we will listen seriously to all offers. Beautiful countryside along Stone Quarry Creek. ZONED RU1 Primary Production with natural water course & creek terrain. This property has zero access at present surrounded by other larger acreage properties. An easement / right of access would need to be facilitated to gain access & this is not a certainty, although potential discussions with landholders to explore beneficial / mutual benefits could possibly unlock an outcome or access via alternative means non terrestrial. An ideal hideaway / haven in the heart of rolling countryside.
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Contact David Goulding 0416 042 086 for details.
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