Set in a highly sought-after cul de sac location, surrounded by quality homes this residential building block with large shed is set in a quiet residential estate, known as one of Braidwood's best streets.
The generous 5,816 sqm (approx.) building block features an established garden complete with a boutique Truffiere featuring a combination of English and Holly Oak trees planted in 2013, producing French Black Truffles over the last 3 winters and a specimen pine tree with rare Italian white truffles (yet to produce). The block has views out to Mt Gillamatong and surrounding rural paddocks with the Golf Course in the distance.
OTHER FEATURES include:- - DA approved Colourbond shed with one lock up bay with slab and two open bays with high clearance, 12m x 8 m (approx.) - Sealed road access - Access to town water and main power at the street plus bin collection - Block requires a septic tank or enviro cycle sewage system - The block is fully fenced with two water tanks - Zoned R5 - large lot residential - Excellent mobile and internet reception
View by inspection with agent only, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
EXPERIENCE MORE with LUTON Properties Braidwood OFFICE LOCATED AT 78 Wallace Street.
Kelly Allen LIVES and PROUDLY works in beautiful Braidwood and has personally managed and SOLD 160+ properties in the Braidwood region. Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and services the RESIDENTIAL and RURAL community; call Kelly today to find out what your home is worth in today's market! PHONE 0466632696
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