With direct access off seal road, this 10.38ha block shares frontage to McLeods Creek and features a big building envelope overlooking an onsite dam. From this elevated position there are sublime vistas westwards to the Brindabella's and northwards over McLeod's Creek Nature Reserve. This is the perfect spot to site a new solar passive home which captures the spectacular views of the valley. Previously a horse stud, there's deep soils, excellent pastures and scope for a vineyard on the edge of Gundaroo Village.
- Refer Lot 5 on Site Plan - Telecommuniation is from NBN Towers - Blocks approved for traditional septic tanks - Reticulated non-potable domestic water approximately 300,000L/annum - Fully fenced with power to block - Access to a large Community Dam stocked with Murray cod - The Community Dam is ideal for recreation, canoeing or fishing - Easy 30 minute commute from Canberra - Walking distance in to Gundaroo Village
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