If you are seeking a lifestyle block that combines the opportunity to build your dream home, along with superb pasture improvement ideal for those with livestock, look no further than #13 Buckley Road. A premier holding within the sought-after Kirketon Estate giving easy access to both Yass and the Barton Highway.
The majority of the boundary has been fenced with netting and electric fencing, suitable for horses while leaving the land undeveloped opening up many possible house sites for the new owner. Breathtaking easterly views complete this property along with being privately positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Power and Telstra has been provided to the boundary.
Ready to build on, and with the last stage sold out, don’t miss the opportunity to secure this block.
At A Glance
Block Size: 8.355Ha approx. (20.64 acres approx.) 5km to Barton Highway Interchange (approx.) NSW freehold title, no time limit to build Fair and equitable asset protective covenants to preserve lifestyle quality and estate values
Superb pasture improvement
Stunning building sites with easterly views
Reticulated non-potable water allocation Underground electricity to boundary
Telstra Equine netting and electric fencing to majority of the block
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