This beautiful vacant parcel of land consists of 4.31 Ha (10acres) approx. Build your new home here and enjoy the gorgeous views across the valley and out to the Tindery Ranges with no time constraints to build.
The block is located 1.41klm along Plummmers Road on the Left Hand Side, so it’s well away from the Burra Road. The owners have had plans drawn up for a new home, which are available to view and have been approvd by QPRC our local Council. This unique block of land located in the centre of the Burra Valley has a well located building envelope measuring 40X50 metres (2000sqm) providing ample room to build your new home, capture the solar aspect and the expansive views over the valley and mountain ranges.
Suitable for a variety of uses and with good grazing, this parcel of land would be ideal for someone wanting a smallholding to farm. Ideal for some fruit trees, a vegetable garden and some chickens, maybe a horse or two or just to enjoy that extra space surrounding your home.
If you are planning a move to the country, now or in the future, this should be on your must see list.
Burra has a vibrant community and is an easy commute into Canberra, closer to Queanbeyan and right next door to the new Googong Township with its growing shopping and café facilities and local schools.
* Good size block of 4.31Ha (approx.) * Excellent grazing * Defined building envelope 40X50m * With building entitlement * Good access * Acreage * Bush Location * Mountain Views * Off-street Parking
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