Are you looking to escape suburbia but still need to be with commuting distance to Canberra? Look no further than this approximately 96 acre property located 40km's on sealed roads from the center of the Nation's Capital, yet a world away from the hustle and bustle.
Stunning home sites make the most of the far-reaching views across Canberra to the Brindabellas and back towards Gundaroo providing you an everchanging panorama. Being freehold title gives you freedom on your house design and, with no time limit to build, you are able to purchase now and construct later.
Native grasslands dotted with mature eucalypts and grass trees will have you believing you are cocooned within your own rural paradise with sheltered valleys twisting their way through the landscape and an abundance of pretty places to picnic. Fully fenced and with one spring fed dam already located on the property.
Perfect for horse riding, nature lovers, bushwalkers and motorbike riders, recreational blocks with views such as this are rare and will not last long.
At A Glance • 1481 Murrumbateman Road • Proposed Lot 2 • Block Size: 38.79 Ha (approx.) subject to final survey. • Freehold title - no time limit to build • Power to the block (no transformer) • Outstanding 360 degree views • No restrictive building covenants • Fully fenced block • Open native grazing country with pretty valleys, grass trees and scattered mature eucalypts • 1 spring fed dam
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