This is one of the last south facing blocks with views in Tura Beach. This block is both level and clear making it ideal to jump in and get your construction underway quickly. The views south from this block will make your home the place to be on New Year's Eve with fireworks from Merimbula to Pambula all on your back deck. The block is 862m2 leaving plenty of room for a four bedroom home and yard to play in.
Headworks are payable on this block. Following calculation of the rebate, the headworks payable for a standard residential dwelling would be $5,557.40 for water if paid by 30 June 2019, further information is available from Bega Valley Shire Council.
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